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Agent Orange - Check This Before Posting Your Question It May Have Already Been Answered

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VetsWidoFl

I asked a moderator to move your question from the pinned topic to one of the forums here where others will be able to see it.

I am still on a break but reviewed the past private correspondence we had via GSW.

In April; 2012 I responded to you thus:

Their Nehmer lawyer's email addy is in this link.

<a href="http://www.nvlsp.org/Information/ArticleLibrary/AgentOrange/AO-VABeginsReview.htm">'>http://www.nvlsp.org/Information/ArticleLibrary/AgentOrange/AO-VABeginsReview.htm">http://www.nvlsp.org/Information/ArticleLibrary/AgentOrange/AO-VABeginsReview.htm

I sent the whole link to you because they also need the information they request in this link.

It might take a few days but a NVLSP lawyer will contact you.”

It would help anyone here helping you if you can either copy and paste here or scan and attach the response you received from NVLSP in April, when I sent you the link which contains their agent orange email addy in it along with the questions they need answered ,in order to determine the EED.

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Please cover or delete any email addys, names, addresses, C file numbers etc that appeared in the NVLSP response.

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Is it recommended to have the AO Registry exam? My claim was submitted in Oct 2013 and is in the PFD stage. Should I request the AO Registry exam?

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My agent orange exam was more of an interview than an actual physical exam. The doctor sat at her computer and asked if I had any diseases on the agent orange presumptive list. She went down the list of diseases and on the one disease where I responded yes she asked a few additional questions. I was then scheduled for a chest X-Ray and blood test. The doctor told me I would receive a report with her recommendations on it which I never received. I later requested a copy of her report for my records.

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Is lung cancer Diagnosed as mesothelomia still lung cancer from agent orange.

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