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      Johnson & Johnson partners with U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs on #BeThere campaign

      In the U.S., an average of 20 Veterans a day die from suicide. This new public service announcement is urgently calling on the public to take notice and action by reaching out to a Veteran who may be in crisis. Join the conversation by using #BeThere on social media, and by visiting www.BeThereforVeterans.com for more information on how to reach out and be there for the Veterans and service members in your community.

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