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    • Can you guys just PM me  I don't think its appropriate for the lady members to see /read these post. Thanks ...................Buck
    • Thank you Flores for your response. I should find out here in 2 - 3 weeks. Those FDC are moving along fast these days. If this claim gets done next month it'll be under 90 days.  I did file only one disability and the package was solid with an IME and treatment records.  I'll post to this thread when I have the results.
    • Well I'm not sure if she does treat it?she is  an( Internal Medicine Dr) she is very young and just finished her Internship in 2014 and became an MD  ..she has about 2 years as a MD at the VA. and what makes this so hard for me to ask her she is a very attractive woman...now don't get me wrong  I'd never you know what  nor do I flirt or anything like that  she is single  but still. I been thinking about asking her about this for a long time  but just never got up the damn nerve. so since my MH Dr got me on these med's should I ask her?
    • OIF, Thanks for the reply man. I am going to look into him now. So did you have a diagnoses from your VA shrink too? I almost feel like i still have a chance because i have it well documented that I have a DX for PTSD under DSM-IV and DSM-V criteria by my shrink in Columbus as well as the inpatient treatment team in Chillicothe. I am nervous man. I claimed sleep apnea secondary to ptsd and have 2 solid nexus's but clearly if i am not awarded the ptsd they will not grant the sleep apnea.
    • Hey,  I had Dietz he is a hatchet man. This guy said the same things on my c and p as yours. Over reporting the mmpi or whatever it is. He also said the same thing about the glitch in the system. That in my heart is not true. He just wants to say no. What he did to you he did to me. I was denied and am fighting it now. This guy needs exposed. He runs a business on the side called medpsych of the Rockies. They are a professional company that challenges workers comp and Ssdi claims. This guy has a major uncomfortable vibe about him. With his low lit office and facial manirisims. He had a private practice that failed. It brought in less than 100 grand in a very large city. Columbus.  In Chillicothe I ran into a veteran that had the very same experience. I also ran into two vso and a social worker. The guy Denys or underreports. He is doing a disservice to veterans. You do not have a personality disorder neither do I. My psychs and PTSD programs have me at chronic. Sleep sucks intrusive thoughts suck driving sucks. He is a piece of work. I researched this dude. He is no good, he needs dealt with because he has a generic way of turning vets down. Over reporting, personality disorder, and calling the dbq glitche in the system, I bet he never asked you a question in regard to the dbq. There is no glitche. He simply answered no in regard to PTSD symptoms. Then he rushes you out the office hands you a packet and walks off with a dirty look. Do not give up. Continue your treatment, if denied file a recon based on new evidence. You served and he called you a liar. Basically his c and p should not be used, he is stating he is incompetent by stating any decision would be speculative. This will catch up to him.  Glitche in the system my a**. LIAR VA HATCHET. 


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Of 2282 veterans tested for HCV, 4·6% were confirmed by HCV PCR to be HCV infected. In the multivariate model developed, injection drug use, blood transfusion before 1992, service during the Vietnam era, tattoo, and a history of abnormal liver function tests were independent predictors of HCV infection. Our data support considering a more targeted screening approach that includes five of the 11 risk factors.

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Hepatitis C Virus Transmission Methods- Research & Documentation

Risk Factors: How the Hepatitis C Virus (HCV) Transmits

Sep. 2 2008 NC clinic probed in small hepatitis C outbreak -RALEIGH,

N.C. - State health officials are investigating ... seven patients to

test positive for hepatitis C. Officials are contacting 1,200 patients

who underwent cardiac stress tests within the last 14 months... The

cardiac stress test involves injecting a dye into a patient's vein as

stress levels in the patient's body are increased. Devlin said officials

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Aug-27 Adam and Eve clients asked to contact health unit- The Simcoe

Muskoka District Health Unit is asking all clients who received

tattooing or piercing services at the Adam and Eve Tattooing and

Piercing in Innisfil between April 29 and Aug. 21 to call the health

unit, as part of an investigation into potential exposure to non-sterile


Aug. 27 2008 Newest disease-spreading fear: Handcuffs MONTREAL, (UPI) --

A Canadian company warned a national police conference in Montreal that

dirty handcuffs can transmit herpes, HIV, influenza and hepatitis B.

...l conference of the Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police ...

Cleaner company... markets a device and chemicals that disinfect

handcuffs..."If you go around ...any police officer how often they clean

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08/27/08 Clovis patients possibly exposed to hepatitis, HIV-Some

instruments used last week may not have been fully sterilized. By

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Center patients -- some of whom were on the maternity ward -- may have

been exposed to hepatitis and HIV last week when doctors used

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sloppy city anesthesiologist infected 14 patients with hepatitis B and C

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more...Dr. Brian Goldweber used the same syringe to give patients

already infected with hepatitis a second dose from anesthesia vials.

This "double dipping" contaminated the contents, which he then injected

into other patients - spreading the virus, a city Health Department

probe found.

August 17, 2008 Another View: Yolo's needle exchange program flawed-

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Allan, Thanks for this post. I currently have a Hep C claim pending. I believe I will prevail, as this as always a battle with the VA. First and foremost, is a positive attitude and willingness to pursue it, as well as any additional claim(s) you may have. Oh, a Nexus helps also. :rolleyes: Peace, William

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