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VA Fast Letter 05-08.pdf

Department of Veteran's Affairs

Veteran's Benefits Administration

Washington D.C. 20420

June 29, 2004

Director (00/21)

All VA Regional Offices

In Reply Refer To: 211

Fast Letter 04-13

SUBJ: Relationship Between Immunization with Jet Injectors and Hepatitis C Infection as it Relates to Service Connection

BACKGROUND: In August 2003, one regional office issued a rating decision granting service connection for hepatitis C virus (HCV) infection as the result of immunization with a "jet air gun." A misleading statement, incorrectly ascribed to Lawrence Deyton MSPH, MD Chief Consultant, Public Health Strategic Health Care Group, US Department of Veterans Affairs, Washington , DC is posted on the Internet (http://www.hcvets.com/ ). On this site, the following is incorrectly ascribed to Dr. Deyton: "Anyone who had inoculations with the jet injector were [sic] at risk of having hepatitis C and should be tested."

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