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acqured muscular dystrophy after time i service. Is there any information that I can view in order to claim disability


Kevin Stevenson

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My question is. I acquired oculopharyngeal, which is a form of muscular dystrophy of the eyes and throat and I was tested after the passing of my mother whom I found out after her death that she also suffered from. I went through a genetic testing and that is how I got diagnosed. I would like to know if there is any way I can claim this as a disability?

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If it is a genetic disability you would probably not have any luck claiming it unless it is aggravated by your service injury.  If you have no service injury it would be a long shot.

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