Hi all, Iâm currently serving in the army but a year ago was diagnosed with a disease that has made me incredibly sick. This was not caused by the army I must add. What I would like to know and would appreciate any advice is what I should be doing? Basically due to the disability I have been unable to fulfil my job, so my regiment has thrown me to one side AS SUCH. This does anger me but I do see their point. My disease is a relapsing condition which doesnât make me permanently disabled but there are times when Iâm put on sick leave for long periods. As a front line soldier I accept I can no longer do my current job. My CMO's answer is ' if you get better you can stay if not will kick you out'. 4 months into my illness my condition got stronger and things were looking good for me, so as far as my CMO goes he thought it would be all ok. But as I said itâs a relapsing disease and will never be cured. The problem is thereâs not enough communication between the medical staff and my regiment and it seems Iâm relaying all the information. I must add if I get kicked out itâs with no benefits or anything which I can also understand but scares the hell out of me. On the 11 Feb 2010 a new development on management of the sick and injured policy happened which Iâm hoping will benefit me and after reading seems to look like it. Basically what Iâm asking is who should I speak to? What should my plan of action be? Is there anything I can be doing to put myself in a better position for my future or should I just sit back and see what happens? Is there anything I should be requesting? I have many more questions like these and I as you might imagine I am quite fearful of my future. I am only a young soldier, just done five years but any experience, knowledge or expertise would be greatly welcome. Thanks in advance for any help you may be able to provide.