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Posted on: April 30, 2018

[ARCHIVED] Are you eligible for one of the VA's registries?

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Are you eligible to participate in one or more of the health registries VA established to track and monitor the health of specific Veterans? Learn more: Call VA Pittsburgh’s Environmental Health Clinic at 412-822-1707 or visit http://ht.ly/vxn430jI4GQ


VA maintains several health registry evaluation programs to track the health of Veterans exposed to environmental hazards during military service.

What environmental exposures do the evaluation programs cover?

  • Ionizing Radiation
  • Agent Orange
  • Gulf War: burn pits; chemical and biological warfare agents; depleted uranium; oil well fires, smoke and petrochemicals; pesticides; pyridostigmine bromide (anti-nerve agent); and vaccinations (including anthrax and botulinum toxoid).
  • Depleted Uranium (DU):possible chemical hazard primarily internalized through shrapnel, contaminated wounds, or inhalation.
  • Toxic Embedded Fragment: toxic shrapnel

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