colon cancer and vietnam vets

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by Shi71084 on Fri Feb 01, 2013 06:41 AM

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You are so welcome! After my brother's funeral, I had someone move me from my home because we lived next door to each other and I could not bear to live there anymore. All of the research I sent in is in storage or I surely would send you copies of everything I sent in.  The local VA here has my husband's file and they submitted some things I took to them. I may can go look at his file there and get copies.  I also have some things saved on my pc and I will look there too. I was the Lord that had my case remanded and I give Him all the glory because it was Him that made it happen.  Pray and I will pray for you too.  If I find anything I have I will let you know and happy to give you the websites and mail you copies.  Keep in touch.  Lord bless you.

RE: colon cancer and vietnam vets

by Shi71084 on Fri Feb 01, 2013 06:48 AM

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Go to google and type in Cate Jenkins. I have her affadavit. I will try to find the other man's affadavit. 

RE: colon cancer and vietnam vets

by Shi71084 on Fri Feb 01, 2013 06:53 AM

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Type this in google: Taped interview by Moon Callison with Admiral Zumwalt.  It will pull up lots of things.  The admiral is the other one that I have his signed affadavit.

RE: colon cancer and vietnam vets

by vongalloway on Fri Feb 01, 2013 09:21 PM

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I will keep in touch and I will be praying for you. I will appreciate any thing you can do to help me do this. i didn't think anyone was able to fight that long and win. Most of the people i talk to give up but I vowed to my husband after he passed that i will fight until the day I die that the VA would recognize that vietnam veterans with colon cancer are being treated wrong because they are not sc for a disease that is clearly something that was caused by AO. I thank GOD everyday for giving me the strength to keep fighting and knowing that he will be there to help me all the way.

RE: colon cancer and vietnam vets

by vongalloway on Fri Feb 01, 2013 09:25 PM

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Thanks these will help alot. i will be looking and praying for more information. I am glad I found you. thank you very much.

RE: colon cancer and vietnam vets

by Shi71084 on Fri Feb 01, 2013 09:43 PM

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You are quite welcome.  Glad I found you too! 

RE: colon cancer and vietnam vets

by Shi71084 on Fri Feb 01, 2013 09:46 PM

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God will always be there for you!  Keep your head up and I will help you.  I so wish I could get to all of what I sent in to send to you.  When I do get to my boxes, I will.  I wish you all the best! Keep fighting! VA wants you to quit, but don't!!

RE: colon cancer and vietnam vets

by dcaldwell on Sat Feb 02, 2013 01:48 AM

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Thanks for sharing any thing you can.  I get so frustrated and have tried different ways to find information.  Bless you for being there for us.  You give me hope. 

RE: colon cancer and vietnam vets

by Shi71084 on Sat Feb 02, 2013 06:00 AM

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awww, you just don't know how your words touch my heart!! I am not sure if you saw what I sent to someone on here. Look up Cate Jenkins. She signed an affadavit stating that colon cancer is caused by a.orange . also good admiral zumwalt he signed one too and he did a study about a.orange and in his report, colon cancer was listed. Remember now that colon cancer has been moved from NO association to not enough evidence to prove or disprove. when you send in enough evidence to balance the positives and negatives you will likely win because that is what they go on. also, point out to va that when there is not enough evidence to disprove it they award the benefits to the widow. I reminded them that it was their own words and highlighted it. keep your head up, bombard them with so much evidence of how the herbicide breaks down the immune system in the body and the immune system kills cancer cells in the body. google: agent orange (which is dioxide) and what it does to distroy the body immune system. I'm here for yall!

RE: colon cancer and vietnam vets

by meanlittleboy2 on Fri Feb 15, 2013 02:13 AM

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On Apr 26, 2011 5:50 AM ladyvirgo0826 wrote:

I, too, am fighting VA to admit that colon cancer is from the exposure to Agent Orange. My husband just turned 60 years old and was diagnosed with colon cancer a year ago. By the time it was caught, he was at stage 3 and needed surgery right away. They took out the entire recum and now he has an ostomy. My husband was in one of the areas in Vietman that had/has the highest concentration of AO. He has diabetes and he gets compensation for that (we didnt have to fight for that), he has PTSD and gets compensation for that (we fought 20 years for that), he has high-blood pressure, early stages of kidney disease (we are fighting for these even though they are side effects for what he is being compensated for now). I guess what it all boils down to...These guys had to fight in Vietnam and they are still fighting. If you want VA to help, you have to fight them. I, personally, am not giving up the fight!

They refuse to recognize Colon Cancer but, continue sending billions to countries that hate our guts,,,common sense uncle Sam?? Who would have known in 1965,? We all may have gone to Mexico and Canada? cheers

 

 

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