There are various types of water contamination, and the PACT Act can address how even the most minor exposure can negatively affect someone’s health. On a larger scale, this law helps spread awareness of how water contamination, toxic chemicals, hazardous exposures, and poisonous waste may negatively impact people and their families for the duration of their lives.

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You may have heard that the US Senate recently passed the Sergeant First Class Heath Robinson Honoring our Promise to Address Comprehensive Toxics Act, better known as the PACT Act. This is the most significant expansion of Veteran Affairs healthcare in years. It provides healthcare and benefits for veterans who may have been exposed to toxins through water contamination either during active duty, during training, or inactive training.

It’s no secret that there have been cases of toxins in military bases, but the health impacts are becoming more prevalent as the latency period ends. More veterans are affected by asthma, respiratory ailments, and cancer. Because of the severity of the situation, health professionals and government officials have listed every location where military personnel may have been exposed. In addition, they’ve listed areas where and how individuals may have been told, as well as a catalog of diseases associated with it. The PACT Act also provides directions on receiving VA support if you are sick due to toxin exposure during your service.