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I was recently diagnosed as having Peripheral Neuropathy in the feet including restless toes due to pre-diabetes. I also have some Parkinsons symptoms as well.

I'm trying to nail down a case for compensation as I am on the VA's Agent Orange Registry as both, type 2 diabetes and Parkinsons are presumptive in that the cause is presumed.

If there are any vets here, I would be delighted to join a discussion of mutual interest.

Thanks to all!
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