My decision letter said:
1. Service connection for myelodysplastic syndrome (MDS)_(due to benzene exposure), Service connection may be granted for a disability which began in military service or was caused by some event or experience in service.
2. Service connection for myelodysplastic syndrome (MDS) (due to benzene exposure) is denied since this condition neither occurred in nor was caused by service.
3.The evidence does not show an event, disease or injury in service. Your service treatment records do not contain complaints, treatment, or diagnosis for this condition. There was no continuity of symptoms from service to the present.
4. Myelodysplastic syndrome is not considered a presumptive condition at this time, therefore we are unable to service connect it using the evidence available in your claims.
If you don't mind, on what grounds was your claim denied?