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After 5 year struggle, Vietnam vet gets $90K in benefits for Agent Orange exposure

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After a five-year struggle, the Lowell Air Force veteran has received federal benefits totaling more than $90,000 for his exposure to Agent Orange during the Vietnam War. “I feel a little upset I had to keep arguing with them,” said Starkweather, 65, who suffers from...
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A vet’s long and winding road

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Sajta’s slender 125-pound frame allowed him to fit into tight spaces where most others couldn’t. While assigned to Clark Air Base in the Philippines in April 1967, it was Sajta’s duty to crawl into Air Force bombers to repair fuel bladders that carried Agent...
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Veteran Fights for $250K in Benefits for Agent Orange-Caused Condition

Frustrated and fed-up, Vietnam veteran Don Rabush calls his fight to get Veterans Affairs benefits for an ailment caused by Agent Orange one of the worth battles he’s ever faced. The Army second lieutenant has been working to get nearly 40 years of retroactive benefits after...
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VA director email: ‘Where is my Christmas present?’

The former Calhoun County Veteran’s Affairs director who resigned on Monday had sent emails to military veterans that asked for “pain meds,” Christmas presents and other gifts, as well as a cut of their benefits, in return for his help, according to documents obtained today by 24...
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Veterans exposed to chemical Agent Orange, not receiving benefit

The CDC found the herbicide, Agent Orange , caused a number of diseases and cancers, but not all forms of cancers were put on the list, including the kind that killed Denny. It’s the same for other forms of cancer as well, some are on the list as caused by Agent Orange,...
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Congressional Testimony>>>Oversight Hearing: VA Disability Compensation: Presumptive Disability Decision-Making

Testimony Statement by Diane Bild, M.D., M.P.H. Associate Director for Prevention and Population Sciences National Institutes of Health U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) on Oversight Hearing: VA Disability Compensation: Presumptive Disability Decision-Making...
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