To help Fort McClellan veterans who were stationed at Fort McClellan, Alabama and who were exposed to toxic chemicals without their knowledge. These Fort McClellan veterans are currently very sick, many have already died and are now dying because of exposure to toxic chemicals while at Fort McClellan.
HR 411 Fort McClellan Health Registry Act is currently in legislation in Congress and is stalled in committees. We need to move it out of committees and onto the House floor for a vote. We, Fort McClellan veterans, need this bill. We did not know that we were being exposed to toxic chemicals while at Fort McClellan, Alabama.
We need HR 411 Fort McClellan Health Registry Act to be moved out of committees and onto the House floor for a vote now! This bill is deliberately being stalled in Congress.
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Download and save to your computer and then upload and attach to your VA claim online and take a copy with you. It’s a PDF file.
Background: Polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) manufactured in Anniston, Alabama, from 1929 to 1971 caused significant environmental contamination. The Anniston population remains one of the most highly exposed in the world.
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Find your disability or disabilities and print out the PDF. Then, get YOUR PRIVATE DOCTOR to fill it out for you, have it SIGNED BY YOUR DOCTOR and submit to the VA by you or your vet rep. Bring your more important VA medical records for your doctor to read.
List of Autoimmune Diseases A-D
Active Chronic Hepatitis
Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS, Lou Gehrig’s Disease)
Anti-GBM Nephritis or anti-TBM Nephritis
Aplastic Anemia (more…)
Agent Orange has NOTHING to do with H.R. 411 Fort McClellan Health Registry Act…PCBs have everything to do with the bill. There is absolutely NO COVERAGE of AO in the bill.