Vietnam Vet With Cancer Might Lose Home Due To Reduced Benefits
A Marine Corps veteran is in danger of losing his home, because of a serious illness connected to his service in Vietnam more than 40 years ago.
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#1 Jan 10, 2013
MD Anderson in Houston, TX, offers a PSA test that is 1000 times more sensitive than the standard test. You might want to check for availability locally. I suspect you still have measurable PSA with the right test. I've had a running battle with VA since prostate surgery in 2003. I dropped to 20% rating during 5 years post-surgery, then PSA returned, so I obviously was not cured. I finally got 100% again in June 2012 after rising PSA in early 2008, retro to only Nov 2010, when I filed a new claim. Their rules are obsolete by current medical standards, and definitely anti-vet, but nobody is standing up for us in Congress and CERTAINLY not in the Obama administration! God Bless you, Brother; we've got to watch out for each other; nobody else cares!- An old Air Force Special Ops helicopter pilot.
#2 Sep 23, 2013
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