Camp Lejeune-Fort McClellan Rapid Assessment

Stationed at Camp Lejeune or Fort McClellan? Answer five questions to learn if you, or your family, are entitled to compensation or other benefits due to environmental hazards exposure.
Fort McClellan: If you were stationed at Fort McClellan you and your family may have been exposed to toxic substances. This exposure includes PCBs, depleted uranium, sarin gas, mustard gas, and various other bacterial, nerve and chemical agents and covers a 64-year period.

Camp Lejeune: If you were stationed at Camp Lejeune you and your family may have been exposed to hazards that can result in:
• Esophageal, lung, breast, bladder, kidney cancer
• Adult leukemia
• Multiple myeloma
• Myleodisplasic syndromes
• Renal toxicity
• Hepatic steatosis
• Female infertility
• Miscarriage
• Scleroderma
• Neurobehavioral effects

Camp Lejeune: The VA announced on August 3, 2015 that it will start the process of amending regulations to establish the presumption of service connection for diseases related to long-term exposures to chemicals present in the groundwater at Camp Lejeune from the 1950s through 1987, including benzene, vinyl chloride, trichloroethylene, and perchloroethylene.

The diseases that are currently being reviewed for potential presumption of service connection for Camp Lejeune include:
• Kidney cancer
• Angiosarcoma of the liver
• Acute myelogenous leukemia

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