I had a brief comment at my profile from a new member.
I will let everyone know ASAP if the Seceretary adds anymore new presumptives to the AO list.
Also any vet with bladder cancer who fits into the Camp LeJeune regs here:
should file the claim that way.
Also if an IMO IME doctor ( an oncologist) makes a very strong nexus for the bladder cancer ,having no etiology but for AO exposure, and uses some medical abstracts/treatises to bolster that statement the veteran might succeed in gaining comp for it.
This BVA award shows what I mean:
“In sum, the medical evidence of record is at least in equipoise as to whether the Veteran’s bladder cancer is a result of his exposure to AO while in Vietnam; therefore, resolving reasonable doubt in favor of the Veteran, service connection is warranted for bladder/urethral cancer. 38 U.S.C.A. § 5107; 38 C.F.R. §§ 3.102. ORDER Service connection for bladder/urethral cancer is granted.”