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Veterans Diagnosed With These Conditions Should Contact Our Office


World War II/Korean War - Skin, muscle, ligament, bone arthritic, neurological, vascular and Reynaud's conditions from cold weather exposure.

Vietnam War Agent Orange Exposure - Conditions include: Cancers of blood, plasma, bone marrow, lung prostate, liver, larynx, trachea, and bronchus. Diabetes, Hodgkin's enlarged lymph nodes, liver, and spleen, Ischemic Heart Disease, Parkinson's and Peripheral Neuropathy. Additionally, spina bifda disease in biological children. Locations of exposure: blue water Naval ships, offshore waters, Da Nang Harbor, Nha Trang Harbor, Qui Nhon Bay Harbor, Cam Rahn Bay Harbor, Vung Tau Harbor, and Ganh Rai Bay. Also, Thailand, Korea DMZ, Airbase, Air Force personnel on C123 Aircraft during Vietnam. Also, Ft McClellan, AL, during 1929-1971 could have been exposed to Agent Orange.

Camp Lejeune, NC contaminated water - 1953-1987 could cause, Leukemia, bladder, kidney, liver, bone and blood type cancers. Hodgkin's Lymphoma and Parkinson's disease.

Gulf War August 1990-present - Iraq, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Qatar, Djibouti, Africa, Afghanistan, UAE, Oman, Gulf of Aden, Gulf of Oman, Waters of Persian Gulf, Atsugi Japan, Arabian Sea & Red Sea are areas of research and concern. Joint Base Balad, Taji, Tikrit, Tallil, Mosul Iraq, Djibouti, Africa, and Qarmat Ali water treatment, areas with highest levels of toxins. Illnesses to be checked for if diagnosed:

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Fibromyalgia, Malaria, West Nile virus, and cancers of cardio, respiratory and skin.  Issues with continual rashes, coughing, bronchial, intestinal, gastrointestinal, headaches, neurological, reproductive, eye, liver, kidney, joint/muscle pain, or other chronic/abnormal diseases.

All Veterans War/Peacetime - If exposed to radiation, asbestos, or other environmental hazards or chemicals during service, check to see if you qualify for compensation and treatment of associated illnesses.

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