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Hugh,

No form is required the Va. will use a form when they send you to there Dr.Look at Benefits/Claims above, then Claims Successfull on leftenter Vets Mjedical Avisor for a sample letter. But all what you need is a letter that you have the condition, it's effect on you, his treatment for how long last time he saw you your outlook is non-curable only worseing, his credentials. If not in your service records can he date it back?

Look at the law on service connected.

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I would say that you need something from Doc if you are being treated outside the VA. It should be simple that you have Diabetes, that you served in Viet Nam and the Doctor diagnoses Diabetes II due to Agent Orange.

That would cover all the bases.

If the VA already has medical evidence that you have Diabetes simply asking should be enough

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