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Here are three links to many of the discussions and radio shows we have done on Death Files:

http://www.blogtalkradio.com/haditcom/2015/09/23/haditcom-blog-talk-radio-show-end-of-life-show

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just to add I listened to the Blog radio show minutes ago----

Gee that show in 2015 was really good…I sure am grateful for John’s input ..it was GREAT!

 

Please Note…the very specific claims intake center info that John gave us on this 2015  show CHANGED and is now just

Per this recent post here it is :

Oct 2016 letter


Evidence intake center
PO Box 4444
Janesville WI 53547-4444
fax 844-5317818

 

 

http://community.hadit.com/topic/68348-evidence-intake-center-moved/#comment-420617

Also we don’t know yet how the vet made out with the PTSD diagnosis from Dr Valette….I hope he brought the IMO to the VA C & P exam…

 

 

Also the HBP point John Basser made…..excellent…!!!!!!!!!

VA likes to say HBP is “essential” meaning medically  -no known cause -but that is BS.

I proved the 1151 claim I had pending on HBP that I mentioned on the show.

Husband died in 1994, award 1151 HBP contributing to his death, awarded sometime last year,after I did this show.Or maybe it was this year.

That makes DIC award # 4 for me…I forgot to mention that before.

I only get one check of course but it just goes to show how extensive one initial malpracticed condition or  incorrect diagnosis can have a snowball effect and eventually cause an “untimely” death.

 

 

 

 

 

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