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Category: Service Related Cancer

This section discusses cancer caused at bases like Camp Pendleton, Camp Lejeune, El Toro, and other military bases.

Your Involvement Means Everything to Veterans with Cancer

Veterans need your help, and your involvement could be life-changing for them. Every year, approximately 50,000 veterans get a cancer diagnosis, and considering their aging population, this number will only get bigger in the coming years. If every person in the US donated only $5, we would have more than $1.6 billion in a day. Of course, not everyone can donate, but it’s just an example to give you an idea of ‘working together’. When we think individually, we might see ourselves as a meaningless part of it all. However, when we come together, we can make everything happen. Get Involved to Help Military and Vet Cancer Victims Military vets are exposed to conditions that no one else is. Agent orange exposure, burn pit exposure, drinking contaminated water, and being exposed to…
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Signs and Symptoms of Service-Related Cancer

 |  Michael P. Ehline  | 
Signs and Symptoms of Service-Related Cancer

Military Service-Related Cancer Facts and Statistics

 |  Michael P. Ehline  | 
When the data from the general population and veterans affairs patients is compared, you clearly see that certain types of cancers are more common in the military veterans than they are in the former group. Over the course of time, the military, general public, veterans rights movements, and various other organizations have blamed several factors for increasing the risk of cancer incidence in military service members. The deeper you dive into the VACCR data and compare it to the SEER cancer data, you realize that the environments the veterans have to live in, the air they have to breathe in, and the foods and water they intake are all reasons for their exposure to carcinogens and various other harmful chemicals, substances, and agents. Looking at the data, you will notice certain pat…
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A Glossary of Cancer-Related Terms for Veterans

A Glossary of Cancer-Related Terms for Veterans
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Particle Physics Pushing Cancer Treatment Boundaries – Hope for Vets?

 |  Michael P. Ehline  | 
Existing cancer treatments have posed a certain health risk to patients. With no other options available, patients must deal with the side effects to move on with their lives.  However, with research at the CERN lab showing positive results, it may only be a few years before treating cancer becomes efficient and far more effective than it is. Europe’s Science Lab, CERN, Are Exploring Cancer Treatment Using Particle Accelerators The European Organization for Nuclear Research, known as CERN, operates the world’s largest particle physics laboratory. CERN challenges the universe’s understanding daily. However, they are now applying their expertise to expand the boundaries of cancer treatment. In one of Europe’s science labs at CERN, researchers are working on creating very …
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Payouts from Camp Lejeune Toxic Water Lawsuits

 |  Michael P. Ehline  | 
On August 9, 2022, President Joe Biden signed the PACT Act into United States law. The Act would provide $300 billion in financial benefits to veterans and their families exposed to burn pits, Agent Orange, and other pollutants. The PACT Act also has provisions known as Camp Lejeune Justice Act that removes the government’s previous immunity. Although that is a step in the right direction, many legal experts believe it could be long before the veterans receive any payouts for their water contamination injuries sustained while residing at the Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune. Let’s explore the details of these provisions and whether or not it benefits the veterans exposed to water contamination at the Camp Lejeune military base. What Is Camp Lejeune Justice Act? In 2012, lawmak…
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