Does the SSA ever make a determination in a CDR that a claimant no longer meets a Listing, absolutely. This can indeed occur with even chronic conditions. (I cannot count the number of cessations I have seen for claimants who are suddenly no longer have mental retardation). I don't think that the DDS employees thinks of this in terms of "retaliation," though I do agree that younger individuals will likely face greater scrutiny. Rather, they usually just have a much more rigid view of what it takes to meet a listing. They have a tendency to look down on the reasoning of the ALJ's and look for reasons to second guess these Judges favorable determinations.
Yes, SSA can review the matter and find that you do not meet a listing. Whether they will is just speculation at this point.
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I agree with both of my colleagues, above. They can reverse on CDR. It is generally not accepted that a condition will forever be without a cure - ergo the CDR - because medical advances and cures are always possible.
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