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The hardest part of filing any claim is TIME
Time is what kills your spirit. your wish to continue th fight.We are aging, we are getting sicker, the VA does not give us medical answers per se...They give us a new pill or increase the dose for an old script that you had before. They will challenge our veracity,they will not quite tell the entire truth on a C&P, a little slip of the tongue.