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Ao / Herbicide Exposure - Thailand

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kamaka57

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If you are a Vietnam vet, who served in Thailand between Feb 28, 1961 and May 7, 1975, you may have been exposed to herbicides and may NOW qualify for VA benefits.

If applicable, please read the following Feb 15, 2011 Department of Veterans Affairs' publication dealing with this issue. To view / read please click on the link below:

http://www.publichealth.va.gov/exposures/agentorange/thailand.asp

Please remember to get a nexus letter from your doctor / specialist that links your herbicidal, namely Agent Orange (AO), related disease to military service in Thailand.

IMPORTANT: This nexus letter should include the following phrase: I sincerely believe Mr / Ms _____________'s _____________ (Herbicidal disease) is more likely than not

related to his / her military service in Thailand.

Additionally, include your DD214, the above Feb 15, 2011 VA publication, and your nexus letter with your VA Form 21-4138 claim request.

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