Where can I find more information about the diagnosis of "Acne"? I found in the Veterans diseases associated with Agent Orange; that states: "Chloracne" or[similar "acneform" disease] A skin condition that occurs soon after exposure to chemicals and looks like common form of acne seen in teenagers. Under VA's rating regulations, "chloracne" [or other "acneform" disease similar to "chloracne"] must be at least 10 % disabling within one year of exposure to herbicide." The rating done by Adjudication xxxxxx,Stating: " Dear Mr. Calvento, Your disability compensation claim has been evaluated. To establish entitlement to this benefit the evidence must show: [a] That you have disability incurred or aggravated in service, in line of duty and It must be 10% or more disabling. The evidence, including your service records, does not meet these requirement. Accordingly, you are not entitled to compensation for the reason'[s] checked below: 1. Your disabilities listed below, are SERVICE-CONNECTED, but less than 10% disabling and compensation is not payable. " ACNE " You are entitled to necessary treatment by VA for any service-connected disability. Application for necessary treatments can be made at the nearest VA Office. If you apply in person, please present this letter. If you apply by letter please include the C- shown above. xxxxxxxx [SIGNED] Adjudication Officer Veterans Administration, Regional Office, Federal Building, xxxxxxxxxxx THIS TO ME IS a wrong RATING, is contrary to the Veterans Disease Associated with Agent Orange ,that state: VA assumes that certain diseases can be related to a veterans qualifying military service: We call these "Presumptive Disease" Veterans and their survivors may be illigible for disability compensation or survivors' benefits for these diseases. VA has recognized certain cancers and other health problems as presumptive diseases associated with exposure to Agent Orange or other herbicides during military service. Veterans and their survivors may be eligible for disability compensation or survivor benefits, for these diseases. In February 11/1987: A rating was done by Veterans Service Officer; C.M. Page; That states: xxxxxxxx Dear Mr. Calvento: XXXXX XXXXX certificate is furnished for your use in establishing Civil Service preference: This is to certify that the records of the Veterans Administration in the case of xxxxxxxxx, disclose, upon medical examination acceptable to the Veterans Administration, the existence of a service connected disability or disabilities. Sincerely XXXXXXXXXX ; signed] Veterans Service Officer [From the Veterans Administration,xxxxxxxxxx] Please, let me know:  How I can submit these documents to the BVA appeal Board.?  Will the error by the Adjudicator Officer; xxxxx , has not taken, the Veterans Administration recognized diseases list.The "ACNE" rating,that is stipulated in the recognized diseases by the "VA list of diseases" Clearly states that "ACNE", is rated 10%, disability, and is to be compensated as service-connected disability. Within one year of exposure and is considered "PRESUMPTIVE DISEASES"  What statute law in the Veterans Administration is there? To RIGHT this WRONG ?
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