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VET CHAT

Presumptive Diseases

  • Aired: 11/11/2013
  • 02:20
  • Rating: NR
Jason Allen of the Michigan Veterans Affairs Agency defines presumptive diseases related to wartime service since World War I, lists some diseases that are covered for current vets, especially those that served in Viet Nam, and explains how vets can find out if they qualify for a pension and medical benefits.
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Jason Allen, Michigan Veterans Affairs Agency, on veterans benefits for some illnesses.
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