The following is a personal story submitted to Civilian Exposure and published as part…
Camp Lejeune ContaminationClaims Information
Current Summary of Available Camp Lejeune Contamination Benefits and Compensation
If you served at the United States Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune or Marine…
Over the past several months, the VA solicited feedback to revise rules on Camp…
The following provides information on kidney cancer, one of the 15 health conditions covered by the VA for Camp Lejeune victims. Information is compiled from various sources, including the Kidney Cancer Association, Mayo Clinic, American Cancer Society, NIH, and others.
Nephrotoxic injury is damage to one or both of the kidneys that results from exposure to a toxic material, usually through ingestion.
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Guidance for Veterans Health Administration (VHA) Staff – Camp Lejeune Water
Want to know more about VHA guidance on Camp Lejeune water contamination? Take a closer look at the January 2014 Release of the latest “Guidance for Veterans Health Administration (VHA) Staff – Covered Clinical Conditions – Honoring America’s Veterans and Caring for Camp Lejeune Families Act of 2012, Section 102”: