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Hello,

I am currently a BM2 in the Coast Guard. I have been in since 2005 and have been shooting for at least E7 and 20 years. i will be looking to this forum for help with a possible and unfortunate upcoming medical board. i will look to people on here regarding PTSD and drepression as well as lyme disease. i need to knoow the ends and outs. i have dedicated many year and i dont want them to be wasted. thanks for help in advance.

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Welcome here!

VA does service connect Lyme disease with the right evidence.

Recently the NY Senate passed this bill for better understanding of Lyme diseaase and treatment.

Dr Craig Bash gave an IMO on a Lyme disease vet who succceed in attaining SC for it.

http://www.nysenate.gov/press-release/senate-passes-bill-address-lyme-disease-treatments

For the PTSD, there is a new ( 2010) PTSD regulation in our PTSD forum.that controls these claims.

If you need a MED board (or PEB) now is the time to see if there is a PEBLO you can contact where the MEB will be.

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