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  1. You are right gpound. It is VA Fast Letter 10-02. I was denied access to the pdf for that letter here but got it from YUKU VBN: http://vets.yuku.com/topic/37711/VA-FAST-LETTER-VA-RULE-CHANGE#.VhpBnit7y-d If you search our Fast Letters here ,the actual letter should pop up and might open for you. This Fast Letter was issued in 2010 because VAROs were NOT addressing partial BVA grants on a remand and, the veteran had only a 120 day window to file a CAVC case.. this statement is in the Fast Letter: "It was determined that some regional offices (ROs) were delaying implementation of these BVA parti
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  2. ITs an EBenefits feature. Just wait, see what happens. Update in progress, one step at a time. Or 3 days...or something like that.
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  3. Many years ago, I did find out that a face to face with VA employees that cared and had the ability to actually do something can be a great help. Unfortunately, the VA's policies and practices seem to be seriously biased towards preventing this from happening.
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  4. The VA PCP do not like writing prescriptions for pain meds. But once a Pain Management fills you a prescription of pain meds the VA PCP must refill them because you are now considered to be on the voluntary pain medication program. Yes each month the VA PCP must refill the meds and you must submit the VA Pain Tool Form to them, they do not have to see you each month, even with Private Pain Management MDs. The Private Pain Management MDs tell you that they must see you each month but this is a scam just to bill your insurance and medicare so they can get paid just to write you a prescription. I
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