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It Is a proven fact that money has a affect to raise your hormones the affect to deny a good proven statment by veterans at va has the same affect when they deny a veterans claim, when va stamps DENY-BOOM there goes their hormones level they are on a power trip they have pushed the veteran back maybe years, If I had my way ever one who works for va should take a mental test and blood work this test would come out of their pocket they would need a doctor,like Betty stated, my wife Is a hairdresses with her own shop every 2 years she must take a 18 hour test a get a 90-100-score or she cannot renew her shop license does this make sense how va can hire people wiht no clearence we all have fruit cakes working on out claims. as I stated I should have gotten a military discharge In 1993 I had a c&p exam In dec 1993 heart conditiod Is comfirmed by va c&p plus va doctor signed statment on 1-2-94 va denies my claim, on 2 11-94 va writes no new evidence needed decision already made on 2004 va grants me 100% for full active duty,In hospital ptst, their hofmones were way up there how can my wife prove I died from ptsd ? this Is the kind of people we poor veterans are working with, I bet they can,t wait to get to work tomorror to get their hormones levels up an running deny deny wow what a trip

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johnson,

How can your wife prove you died from PTSD if your here to make posts ?

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johnson,

How can your wife prove you died from PTSD if your here to make posts ?

carlie

i kinda agree on the hormone thing , but he seems very alive to me

probally typho. anyway i wish hom good luck.

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johnson,

How can your wife prove you died from PTSD if your here to make posts ?

carlie

sorry I don,t grt your point I am 100% for heart condition that I got In service, so how can va give me 100% ptsd, and how can I still write posts when I am dead and I died from what? another thing va In 1994 gave me a death penison, now how can a dead person collect a penision?

sorry If I missed something

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sorry I don,t grt your point I am 100% for heart condition that I got In service, so how can va give me 100% ptsd, and how can I still write posts when I am dead and I died from what? another thing va In 1994 gave me a death penison, now how can a dead person collect a penision?

sorry If I missed something

i am sorry you have me totally confused ,you say you are getting a death pension?

whose death, cant be yours can it ? cant be a spouse.

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i am sorry you have me totally confused ,you say you are getting a death pension?

whose death, cant be yours can it ? cant be a spouse.

Skunk, I stated va offered me a death penison, I do not collect this penison,I wrote back to va how can a dead person collect a death penison when they are not dead? this Is the point of this topic va will state anything to keep adding to the veterans claim they will add anything to push you back ,trying to prove them wrong va enjoys you running like a poison monkey thank you for your reply
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Any vet with 100% should still claim SC for any other condition too as no one knows what they will ultimately die of.

Coroners usually don't put PTSD on death certificates at all.

If a 100% PTSD vet dies of coronary disease but long ago

they got a low rating for SC heart and never appealed for higher rating-the survivor will have beter chance at getting DIC.

And Ten years of VA 100%SC in the vets lifetime can also generate DIC-to survivors.

A SC condition does not have to have a high SC rating- just any SC rating to be contributory to death and if that condition is listed on the death certificate,as a contributory factor of death, the survivor can get DIC.

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