The life of a veteran is tough during their active duty service and even after that. It is a well-known fact that soldiers who actively fight on many battlefields and complete several military operations find it hard to return to a normal life when they come back home.
However, even if they try to adjust to the calmer lifestyle, they are forced into fighting on some other fronts. Cancers resulting from service connections have become the new front for millions of vets.
Are you a veteran who has recently been diagnosed with cancer? If that’s the case, continue reading because it will help you know the next steps you must take as soon as possible.
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