Toxic exposure on Army bases sparks battle for health benefits

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It requests that the President and Congress do a system overhaul on how toxic exposure in the military is handled instead of addressing it case-by-case and base-by-base, which is what the VA has.

The Military & Dependent Environmental Hazard Group is open to all military and family members who have been exposed to toxins while living on the over 130 military bases that are on the EPA Superfund List of contaminated bases here in the U.S. alone.

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A soldier’s 39-year battle. and examine their health records for toxic exposure. Tonko will reintroduce the bill to Congress this year.. More than 170 military bases in the U.S., including.

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But thousands of veterans of Iraq and Afghanistan have been fighting a losing battle. so hard for their exposure to be recognized. Almost every base and forward operating position in Iraq and.

Toxic exposure on Army bases sparks battle for health benefits A soldier’s 39-year battle – Times Union – A soldier’s 39-year battle. and examine their health records for toxic exposure. Tonko will reintroduce the bill to Congress this year.. More than 170 military bases in the U.S., including.

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