Program Objective:

To provide medical care to eligible Veterans who have an injury or disease proximately caused by their participation in U.S. Army chemical or biological substance testing, including the receipt of medications or vaccines under the U.S. Army investigational drug review.
 

Eligibility Requirements:

To be eligible for medical care under this program, you must have:

  • A DD Form 214 or War Department (WD) discharge/separation form(s) or functional equivalent.

  • Served as a research subject in a U.S. Army chemical or biological substance testing program, including the receipt of medications or vaccines under the U.S. Army investigational drug review.

  • Have a diagnosed medical condition that you believe to be a direct result of your participation in U.S. Army chemical or biological substance testing.

Application Submission:

If you received a notification packet through the mail and you wish to apply for medical care under this program, submit your application packet to:

   U.S. Army Public Health Center

   ATTN: Benefits Application Panel

   5158 BLACKHAWK ROAD

   APG MD 21010-5403

Include in the application packet submission, the following documents:

  • MEDCOM Form 840, Application for Medical Care.
  • Copies of documents issued by the military reflecting your participation in U.S. Army chemical or biological substance testing.
  • Medical documentation to include a diagnosis for all medical conditions believed to be a direct result of your participation in U.S. Army chemical or biological substance testing.
  • The final Department of Veterans Affairs service connection decision on these medical conditions, if applicable.

If you have not received a notification packet, please contact the Army Medical Command Hotline at 1-800-984-8523 for assistance.

Contact Us:

If you require assistance in completing the application form or have general questions, please contact the Army Medical Command Hotline, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, at 1-800-984-8523.

Links:

  • Frequently Asked Questions:

         http://armymedicine.mil/Pages/CBTPFAQ.aspx