The annals of U.S. military valor feature scores of heroes who concealed part of their medical history to serve their country.
Consider President John F. Kennedy. As a young man, he suffered a host of painful, disqualifying physical ailments, such as back pain and ulcers, but leaned on his father’s connections to get around the required Navy medical exams.
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