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December 7, 2018 update

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connection for prostate cancer, to include as secondary to radiation exposure, Agent Orange exposure, and/or prostatitis. 2. Entitlement to service connection for erectile dysfunction, to include as secondary
to service connection for a skin condition, to include as a result of in-service exposure to herbicides. REPRESENTATION Veteran represented by: Ralph J. Bratch, Attorney-at-Law ATTORNEY FOR THE BOARD
the Board acknowledges a correspondence, dated January 2015, noting an evaluation had been conducted as part of the Veteran's recent participation in the VA Agent Orange Registry. There is also a correspondence,
Orange, unless there is affirmative evidence establishing that he was not exposed to any such agent during that service. See 38 C.F.R. § 3.307(a)(6)(iii). If a Veteran was exposed to Agent Orange during
the Veteran has alleged his Parkinson's disease was caused by his exposure to Agent Orange and other toxic substances, including polychlorinated biphenyl (PCB), in service. He asserts such exposure resulted
total disability rating based on individual unemployability (TDIU). REPRESENTATION Appellant represented by: Ralph J. Bratch, Attorney WITNESSES AT HEARING ON APPEAL The Veteran, his spouse, his
Bratch law firm. However, in October 2017, a new VA Form 21-22 appointing Mr. Ralph Bratch of the same law firm was associated with the Veteran's electronic claims file. The issue of entitlement to
of Vietnam and was exposed to Agent Orange, an herbicide agent. Certain diseases associated with exposure to certain herbicide agents will be presumed to have been incurred in service even though there
syndrome related to exposure to herbicides in service. Specifically, he contends that he was exposed to Agent Orange during his service in the Republic of Vietnam and now suffers from myelodysplastic syndrome.
second degree burn injuries in March 1968, his first degree burn injuries in August 1969, and his presumed exposure to herbicides (Agent Orange)? (b) Is it at least as likely as not (i.e. 50 percent or
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