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jet gun injection. In a May 2013 statement, he further asserted that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in Atlanta, Georgia, had found a direct link between jet gun injections and infection
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appeal as to the remaining issue was dismissed. The case is once again before the Board. FINDINGS OF FACT 1. The Veteran identified hepatitis C risk factors in service, to include air gun inoculations,
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weight of the credible and most probative evidence of record demonstrates that the Veteran's hepatitis C is not related to any event or circumstance of his active duty service, particularly air jet injector
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Citation Nr: 1327997 Decision Date: 09/03/13 Archive Date: 09/10/13 DOCKET NO. 11-11 218 DATE ) On appeal from the Department of Veterans Affairs Regional Office in Muskogee, Oklahoma THE ISSUES 1.
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must have been due to the many accidents and medical calls during his work. But now he thought otherwise. He reported that while in service he had received immunizations by air jet guns. He noted that studies
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appeal, the Veteran seeks service connection for hepatitis C, based on his belief that he was exposed to the hepatitis C virus via "air jet gun" inoculations he received in service. In his correspondence
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military. Also as part of this form, the Veteran seemed to allege that the development of her hepatitis C occurred as a result of her being immunized in service by jet gun injections. She added that the
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that he contracted hepatitis C as a result of the use of jet gun injectors for in-service vaccinations that were not sterilized between uses. Service connection will be granted if it is shown that the veteran
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Citation Nr: 1330928 Decision Date: 09/26/13 Archive Date: 09/30/13 DOCKET NO. 07-34 435 DATE ) On appeal from the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Regional Office (RO) in Los Angeles, California
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Citation Nr: 1326552 Decision Date: 08/21/13 Archive Date: 08/29/13 DOCKET NO. 09-50 235 DATE ) On appeal from the Department of Veterans Affairs Regional Office in Houston, Texas THE ISSUES 1. Entitlement
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