Sometimes you have to read between the lines when it comes to thinking about what the media portrays medical care in connection with disability. Read this article.
The sentence that is most annoying: "Vietnam veterans suffering from Parkinson’s disease, ischemic heart disease and all chronic B cell leukemia will no longer have to demonstrate a connection between their conditions and their military service."
If we've been providing care for our veterans, why on Earth would they have to prove there was a connection between their condition and their military service to receive disability for an illness such as Parkinson's or leukemia? It is so sad to think that Uncle Sam has been turning down disability benefits for veterans with leukemia or the other ailments with an excuse as feeble as it might not have been the Agent Orange that is killing you.
Would someone (anybody!) that likes the idea of Obamacare please explain to me how it is you believe, deep in your heart …
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