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In August 2008 I found out that my psa was at 6.8 and by October my prostate was gone. I also had Type II diabetes and a heart condition that started back early 2000. I am youngest of my brother and sister's and they had no problem's. By March 2010 my prostate cancer was on the rise and this was after Protron Radiation treatment. At this time, I found out about agent orange thru another vet and not goverment!!! I filed with Va(veitnam veteran's of America) in April 2010 for Prostate cancer and Diabetes. I guess the goverment wanted Veitnam to go away. After my doctor said they could not help me, i went to MD Anderson in Houston and they found it in my Lymph Nodes. Of course psa goes up and tumors get bigger, that does mean that tumor is associated with psa Prostate cancer- hog wash the VA Question the connection. Of course in one of the letter's from my Doctor's to VA stating about my heart condition I got 10% comp in December with no problem. It's now the end of January and it has not went to the Rating group. How long does it take? There are more problem's from this AO that am having!! Is there some one to push. I am getting dizzey with the run around!!!!! Or just give me another pillllll.

Thanks for your HELP

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Sorry about your issues. The good thing is that Nehmer class members are supposed to get front line privledge. It iwll happen pretty soon.

Hang int here.

J

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Sorry for what you are going through. You need an attorney friend. Good luck and God bless you & us all.

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