I have an appointment to apply for disability for my MS - unfortunately I got out in 1998 and I have to find some way to connect the MS symptoms to symptoms I had while in the service or within 7 years of my discharge. Has anyone else gone through this successfully? I need to get a copy of my medical records from the Army to comb through them for anything that could be a link. If yours was successful, what was your link?
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