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Tuesday, January 1, 2008
WW-II Vets Exposed to Nuclear Radiation, Living or Deceased!
If you know a WW-II Vet who was exposed to Nuclear Radiation, living or deceased call 1-800-729-7327. There are benefits for those WW-II Vets still living as well as for family members of those who may have passed away without receiving their benefit. The Radiation Exposure Compensation Act of 1990 provides for these benefits. There is a list of 21 different cancers related to Radiation Exposure. The time period of exposure is from 1945 to 1962. There is a one-time $75,000 benefit or a monthly benefit that can be a much as $2,673 per month.