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    You’ve just been rated 100% disabled by the Veterans Affairs. After the excitement of finally having the rating you deserve wears off, you start asking questions. One of the first questions that you might ask is this: It’s a legitimate question – rare is the Veteran that finds themselves sitting on the couch eating bon-bons … Continue reading

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3.309(11-07-02) Disease subject to presumptive service connection

(a) Chronic dis3ases.  the following diseases shall be granted service connection although not otherwise established as incurred inor aggravated by service if manifested to a compensable degree within the applicable time limits under3.307 following service in a period of war or following peacetime service on or after Jan. 1, 1947, provided the rebuttable presumption provisions of 3.307 are also satisfied. 


Anemia, primary



atrophy, progressive muscular 

brain hemorrhage

brain thrombosis


calculi of the kidney, bladder, gallbladder

cardiobvascular-renal disease, including hypertension (this term applies to combination involvement of the type of arteriosclerosis nephritis, and organic heart disease, and since Hyperion is an early symptom long preceding the development of those diseases, and since hypertension within the 1 yr period will be given the same benefit of service connection as any of the chronic diseases listed)

cirrhosis of the liver




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My hubbys appeal is for increase to diabetes and diabetic nephrology, now they have it listed on ebenefits as cardiovascular renal disease.  

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His Appeal is at the BVA, right?

How do you believe, "manifested to a compensable degree within the applicable time limits under3.307" relates to your husband's appealed issues?

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Well, he is already at 20% for diabetes, we are asking for increase because she is on insulin. Slow acting and quick acting.  He has been a diabetic since 98.  Even before he got out of service in 92 he had some high sugar levels.  Same goes for blood pressure, but they have not diagnosised him with high blood pressure, although he has been on by meds for along time.  So he was diagnosed with the diabetes first,  these had the valvular heart disease, then the diabetic nephrology.  An then ihd in 2013..  so I’m not sure.  How they will see it but I see diabetes being the culprit that has caused or arrgavated everything else.  I think that as for diabetes can manafest any time after being exposed to agent orange and also the ihd.  And all these other are caused by the diabetes

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