Tag Archives: Vietnam Veterans Claims Help.

How HCV transmission could have been entirely prevented in medical interventions

Even prior to the 1950’s, hepatitis transmissions were associated with diabetic treatments, transfusions, syringes, lancets, and the use of multi-dose vials. It’s taken decades for the CDC (and WHO) to get the message out but in the United States, the … Continue reading

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HCV & HIV news from the Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections (CROI)

Here’s a conference we can all get behind–the helpful presentation and sharing of information on HIV, HCV, and retroviruses. From Seattle, Business Wire press release Gilead has announced that patients co-infected with HCV genotypes 1-4 and HIV can achieve a 96 Percent … Continue reading

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VAOIG–WE WERE UNABLE TO FIND ANY FINGERPRINTS ON THE FILES AT LITTLE ROCK

As usual, six Four Deuce mortars signaled the arrival of the VA’s finest a month in advance of the pre-scheduled inspection. Nevertheless, Little Rock got their pee pee inextricably intertwined in the zipper. Before they could hire a Ryder RentaTruck to load … Continue reading

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CAVC–DENNIS V. SHINSEKI–DENNIS THE MENACE GOES AWOL

Here’s one for the  HCV ammo pouch that Veterans would be wise to read. It certainly has other useful ramifications for a legal defense but the thrust is unique and needs to be iterated forcefully. Drug use is often used … Continue reading

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How many of the 250,000 “other-than-honorable discharges” in the Vietnam-era were due to PTSD?

In an article (9/4/14) Washington Post reporter Dan Lamothe provides an   overview of Sec. Hagel’s medical guidance on PTSD and less than honorable discharges. He provides this background information:  “The lawsuit said 250,000 Vietnam-era veterans received other-than-honorable discharges, and that 80,000 of … Continue reading

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CAVC–BIRTH OF A WRIT-ACT III SCENE 5-YOU CAN’T HIDE YOUR LYING EYES

Shoooooooooooooooooooooo,doggies. What tangled webs we weave. This one’s a daisy. VA has mailed out the most convoluted SSOC some of you will ever read. We read of politicians and their minions gerrymandering congressional districts to encompass a more friendly constituency, … Continue reading

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Semper Paratus

Semper Paratus  “Always Ready.” Who doesn’t love the Coast Guard?  In Southeastern Connecticut, The Navy “owns” Groton; The Coast Guard Academy “owns” New London.  When we lived in the area, catching sight of a submarine traveling on the Thames River … Continue reading

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