Many Vietnam Veterans are suffering from numerous diseases and conditions, many of which will lower an individuals life expectancy or ability to work, and they don't know that they may quality for Monthly Disability Compensation and a Higher Priority of VA Care.


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Recently, we were "Blessed" to have been able to meet a 72 year old woman Navy Veteran who is the widow of a deceased Navy Veteran who served multiple tours of duty in Vietnam as a Navy Corpsman. He had passed away several years ago from service related conditions. He had reached 100% VA Disability prior to his death. His widow did not know that she qualified for a 100% waiver of Texas Property Taxes and a refund of taxes paid for the past two years. We were able to help her take advantage of that benefit.    SEE MORE



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Any length of service is enough to qualify—the 90-day rule does

not apply to vets exposed to Agent Orange.




The following conditions qualify if they manifest at any time to any degree unless otherwise specified. 


– Primary amyloidosis, code 7717

– Chloracne or similar acneform disease, code 7829 (must manifest to 10% within 1 year of last exposure)

– Type 2 diabetes, code 7913

– Hodgkin’s disease, code 7709

Ischemic heart disease, code 7005 (does NOT include high blood pressure, peripheral vascular disease, or stroke)

– All chronic B-cell leukemias, code 7703

– Multiple myeloma, code 7709 or 7703

– Non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma, code 7715 (Blue Water Veterans eligible for this condition)

– Parkinson’s disease, code 8004

– Peripheral neuropathy (must manifest to 10% within 1 year of last exposure)

– Porphyria cutanea tarda, code 7815 (must manifest to 10% within 1 year of last exposure)

– Prostate cancer, code 7528

– Lung cancer, code 6819

– Bronchial cancer, code 6819

– Larynx cancer, code 6819

– Trachea cancer, code 6819

– Adult fibrosarcoma, code 5329

– Dermatofibrosarcoma protuberans, code 5329

– Malignant fibrous histiocytoma, code 5329

– Liposarcoma, code 5329

– Leiomyosarcoma, code 5329

– Epithelioid leiomyosarcoma (malignant leiomyoblastoma), code 5329

– Rhabdomyosarcoma, code 5329

– Ectomesenchymoma, code 5329

– Angiosarcoma (hemangiosarcoma and lymphangiosarcoma), code 5329

– Proliferating (systemic) angioendotheliomatosis, code 5329

– Malignant glomus tumor, code 5329

– Malignant hemangiopericytoma, code 5329

– Synovial sarcoma (malignant synovioma), code 5329

– Malignant giant cell tumor of tendon sheath, code 5329

– Malignant schwannoma, code 5329

– Malignant mesenchymoma, code 5329

– Malignant granular cell tumor, code 5329

– Alveolar soft part sarcoma, code 5329

– Epitheliod sarcoma, code 5329

– Clear cell sarcoma of tendons and aponeuroses, code 5329

– Extraskeletal Ewing’s sarcoma, code 5329

– Congenital and infantile fibrosarcoma, code 5329

– Malignant ganglioneuroma, code 5329



Agent Orange was a powerful herbicide used by U.S. military forces during the Vietnam War to 

eliminate forest cover and crops for North Vietnamese and Viet Cong troops. 



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