Vets and MS

October 2008
PN;Oct2008, Vol. 62 Issue 10, p38
Trade Publication
The article discusses the benefit for qualified veterans under title 38 of U.S. Code of Federal Regulations (38 CFR). Veterans who are diagnosed with multiple sclerosis (MS) within seven years after retirement, are assumed to acquire such benefit during his active duty. Medical record could be a possible basis, yet service and discharge requirements must be specified. In absence thereof, lay evidence and medical proof without a MS diagnosis are needed.


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