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    From another list, Please pass along In Her Service, Dave   Indywiz ...   ... From: PagansUnited2004@yahoogroups.com To:
    Message 1 of 1 , Feb 9, 2011
      From another list, Please pass along
       
      In Her Service,
       
      Dave
       
       
      Indywiz
       

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      From: "PagansUnited2004@yahoogroups.com" <PagansUnited2004@yahoogroups.com>
      To: PagansUnited2004@yahoogroups.com
      Sent: Wed, February 9, 2011 7:14:11 AM
      Subject: [PagansUnited2004] Digest Number 2501

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      for Vietnam Veterans and their families

      Posted by: "Kathleen" herbalconsultant@...   herbalconsultant

      Tue Feb 8, 2011 2:51 pm (PST)



      The VA recognizes that not only is the veteran affected by Agent Orange but so are their children and grandchildren. There is a list of birth defects and medical problems the VA recognizes in the children and grandchildren of AO veterans and they also can file VA claims. A veteran cannot file a lawsuit against the military but their family members can file a Tort Claim
       
      Pass this on to all Vietnam Veterans you know....
       
      http://www.military.com/veterans-report/final-rule-on-dmz-agent-orange-exposure
      Final Rule on DMZ Agent Orange Exposure
      Week of January 31, 2011

      Due to a final regulation just issued, VA officials will now presume herbicide exposure for any veteran who served between April 1, 1968, and August 31, 1971, in a unit determined by VA and Department of Defense officials to have operated in an area in or near the Korean DMZ in which herbicides were applied. Veterans with covered service in Korea who have medical conditions that may be related to Agent Orange are encouraged to submit their applications for access to VA health care and compensation as soon as possible. Click on these links to learn about Veterans' diseases associated with Agent Orange exposure and birth defects in children of Vietnam-era Veterans. For more information on filing a claim, visit the VA's Filing Claims for Presumptive Conditions Based on Herbicide Exposure website. Additional information about Agent Orange and VA's services for Veterans exposed to the chemical is available at this website.

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      Agent Orange Symptoms and Effects
      The most distinguishing effects of dioxin poisoning are:

          a. chloracne
          b. liver dysfunction
          c. severe personality disorders
          d. cancers
          e. birth defects

      The following is a list of reported Agent Orange symptoms and effects: 1. Gastrointestinal:
      loss of appetite (anorexia)
      nausea
      vomiting
      diarrhea
      constipation
      yellowing of eyes, skin, and urine (Jaundice)
      liver inflammation (Hepatitis)
      vomiting blood (Hematemesis)
      abdominal pain
      gastric hyperplasia
      gastric ulcers

      2. Genitourinary:
      stones
      burning
      bloody urine (Hermaturia)
      dribbling
      brown urine
      bladder discomfort
      kidney pain

      3. Neurological:
      tingling
      numbness
      dizziness
      headaches
      twitching, fidgeting, etc. (Automatic dyscontrol)
      Suspension of breath (sleep apnea)
      incoordination
      unnaturally
      drowsy (Hypersomnolence)
      loss of sensation in extremities

      4. Psychiatric:
      violent
      irritable
      angry
      severe depression
      suicide
      frenzied (Manic)
      tremulous
      memory loss
      loss of concentration
      severe personality changes

      5. Metabolic:
      fatigue
      rapid weight loss
      spontaneous fever
      chills

      6. Cardiovascular:
      elevated blood pressure
      blood deficiency

      7. Skin:
      chloracne
      rash
      increased sensitivity (heat)
      increased sensitivity (sun)
      altered skin color
      loss of hair
      brittle nails

      8. Cancer:
      tumors
      liver
      lung
      testicular
      ear duct

      9. Family:
      miscarriages child's deaths---birth defects
      a. cleft palates b. open eye
      c. kidney abnormalities d. enlarged liver
      e. enlarged head f. club foot
      g. intestinal hemmorage h. missing or abnormal fingers, toes
      i. missing or abnormal reproductive organs
      j. missing, abnormal, or displaced body parts

      10.Endocrine:
      enlarged male mammary glands (Gynecomastia)
      excessive milk flow from nipples (Galactorrhea)
      decreased sexual drive
      difficulty maintaining and erection

      11. Visual:
      blurring
      burning

      12. Hearing Loss

      13.Respiratory:
      difficulty or painful breath (Dyspenea)
      shortness of breath

       
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      Kathleen
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