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COMMITTEE MEMBERS’ COMMITMENT TO VETERANS

All Committee members agreed to serve on this effort because of the importance of the issue and because of their deep gratitude and respect for those serving in the military and veterans who have served in the past. We submit this report with the hope that our effort will be to the benefit of those who have served in the past and who will serve in the future.

REFERENCES

Dunne, P. W. 2006. Department of Veterans Affairs responses: Questions following from the Veteran’s Disability Benefits Commission’s charge. Letter to Jonathan M. Samet.

Grady, J. 2006. Statement presented at the first committee meeting of the IOM’s Committee on the Evaluation of the Presumptive Disability Decision-Making Process for Veterans. Washington, DC.

Mansfield, G. H. 2006. Internal VA process for reviewing reports on the Institute of Medicine under the Agent Orange Act of 1991 and the Persian Gulf War Veterans Act of 1998. Letter to Susanne A. Stoiber.

VA (Department of Veterans Affairs). 1996. Diseases associated with exposure to certain herbicide agents. Proposed Rule. Federal Register 61(154):41368-41371.

VA. 2006. Department of Veterans Affairs responses: Questions following from the Veteran’s Disability Benefits Commission’s charge. Washington, DC: Department of Veterans Affairs.

VDBC (Veterans Disability Benefits Commission). 2006. Statement of the Veterans’ Disability Benefits Commission to the IOM’s Committee on Presumptive Disability Decision Making Process. Washington, DC.



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