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  1. Cheryl phillips

    My husband was diagnosed with Clear Cell Renal Cell Carcinoma in 2009. He had his right kidney and tumor removed. It came back in his left kidney In Feb 2014. They removed a third of his left kidney and left adrenal gland removed in March. In August it showed up again in his right adrenal gland and some lesions on his spine. He was stationed at Tori Station in Okinawa from Jan, 1967 to July, 1968. He was with the ASA. He went TDY Korea near Sokcho City on the DMZ. We feel that exposure to Agent Orange could have caused his cancer. He also has severe sleep apnea and neuropathy. There is no cancer in his family. His records do not show the TDY orders to Korea. We are trying to find them. He was one of six guys who went. We have been in contact with one of the guys. The TDY is on his records. He will write a buddy letter for us. We are trying to build a case. Thank you, Cheryl Phillips

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