I recently reported to DoDMERB that I am on accutane. I am LOA'd and have received a nomination, in addition to having been previously medically qualified, so I am now only awaiting my appointment in the mail. I have since received a letter from DoDMERB, as I expected, that I would have to provide copies of all treatment and a Doctor's statement regarding accutane. No where within the letter is anything stated regarding being off Accutane for 8 weeks or anything of the like. However, when I called DoDMERB I was instructed to send all this information and my Doctor's statement 8 weeks after my treatment was over with current labs. I assume the latter is the correct thing to do, as it is in accordance with the information on this forum regarding accutane. However, I do want to be sure if I should send anything right now or not. In addition, I know processing my paperwork will take some time, therefore, accounting for being off accutane for 8 weeks and then the processing, when should I stop my treatment and send in the paperwork so that I avoid any hassles come I-day on July 2? Also, due to the fact I have had zero negative side effects from the medicine, is it wrong to think I should be easily cleared for this?