Episode 52: Agent Orange Condition Changes
Three new conditions were recently added to the list of presumptive conditions for which the VA grants service connection to Vietnam War veterans affected by exposure to the chemical herbicide Agent Orange. This means that tens of thousands of veterans will now be eligible for VA disability benefits if their Agent Orange exposure resulted in bladder cancer, hypothyroidism, or Parkinson’s Disease-like symptoms. Join the CCK team as we break down this important change. We will explain why these conditions were added by Congress instead of VA, as well as discuss how the change will affect veterans. Tune in to get the details!
- AL Amyloidosis and Agent Orange Benefits
- Common Secondary Service-Connected Conditions among Veterans
- CCK Secures Settlement for Veteran Exposed to Agent Orange in Puerto Rico
- Veterans and Lead Exposure During Military Service
- Which Conditions Qualify for VA Disability Benefits
- When Was Agent Orange Used?
- How to File a Claim for Agent Orange Exposure?
- What Does Agent Orange Do to the Body?
- Can a Father’s Agent Orange Exposure Cause Birth Defects?
- What Was Agent Orange Used For?
- Agent Orange with Dr. Cassano, Military Medicine and Exposures Expert
- Eye Conditions VA Claims
- Fort McClellan Toxic Exposure Court Win
- Robert Chisholm Interviews Military Exposure Expert Dr. Victoria Cassano
- Common Secondary Conditions to Back Pain
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