Wednesday, November 17, 2010
Vietnam Veteran Wives
ATTENTION TO THOSE WITH GLIOBLASTOMAS
I would like to “Welcome” the newest member of VVW, Eileen Perkins. Mrs. Perkins' husband, a combat Vietnam veteran, recently passed away from a glioblastoma. Like many of us, who have lost their husbands, know the frustration of why the VA has not accepted this ailment as a service connected disability. She has offered her services, as a liaison, to record other’s who have lost their loved one to a glioblastoma.
Sometimes it takes the “numbers” for the VA to recognize a sickness is due to Agent Orange/Dioxin so it can be accepted and awarded as a service connected disability.
VVW is asking all those who wish to join in the fight to get this service connected, and have either lost or presently have a loved one who has this ailment, to please contact Mrs. Perkins.
She can be contacted by clicking here.
"UNITED WE STAND, DIVIDED WE FALL AND IN NUMBERS WE ARE HEARD!"