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Topic - Terry Baker
A booth was set up on the mall to test veterans for Hepatitis C, a disease 40 to 60 percent of veterans contract, said Terry Baker, executive director of Veterans Aimed Toward Awareness, a group that highlights health risks faced by war veterans.
The free test had attracted an "overwhelming" response, said Mr. Baker, who said they had used up most of the 500 kits they had brought along in about four hours.