Tag Archives: vA claims for Cryoglobulinemia

CRYOGLOBULINEMIA SECONDARY TO HCV

Here’s a great article to include with any VA filing of cryoglobulinemia, secondary to HCV. It affects many when they go out in temperatures below 40 degrees F. The cryoglobulins precipitate into a semi-solid state and cause blockages in the … Continue reading

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VARO SEATTLE–CLAIM COMPLETION DATE 8/02/13

The boys are rocking and a rolling now. I decided to see if vA had even received my claims and/or were willing to admit as much. It appears they have. With my luck, they will send them off to DC … Continue reading

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HCV 101

I was asked about why HCV is such a difficult bug to kill by my 8 year old grandson. His answer to bugs is a large rock. I tried explaining it several different ways but none resonate with children. Explaining immune systems … Continue reading

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AUTOIMMUNE DISORDERS–AO?

I always wonder why one particular person gets something, be it a winning lotto ticket or an autoimmune disorder. In the latter case, i sub-wonder why different variations of that disease induce yet more tertiary responses. An autoimmune disorder is where your … Continue reading

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Cryoglobulinemia and HCV

Cryoglobulinemia is a big word. My spell checker refuses to recognize it no matter how many times I add it to the dictionary. Such is life. I don’t know how many are afflicted with this disease but it seems to … Continue reading

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