Agent Orange

Robert Cummings

June 17, 2015

It is hard to know when a group of disparate elements will coalesce in the mind to bring focus to a hazy, if not inexplicable, subject. “Connect the dots” might be the plausible cliché to…

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SHEILA CLEMENT

Sheila Clement

June 17, 2015

Sheila Clement looks at things like any other nurse would, and she would like to see medical science focus on what it can do for the children and grandchildren of Vietnam veterans.

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Amy King-Applewhite

June 17, 2015

Amy King-Applewhite’s younger daughter once had to leave her classroom in the middle of a teacher’s instructions, but it wasn’t because she didn’t want to hear what her teacher was saying. Because of a problem…

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Introducing the New Toxic Exposure Research Act of 2015

April 21, 2015

(Washington, DC) – “It’s bad enough that veterans have had to bear the cross of exposure to toxic agents during our military service, ” said Vietnam Veterans of America National President John Rowan. “It is…

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Monsanto, the Producer of “Agent Orange” brings GMO Agriculture to Vietnam

April 21, 2015

“Vietnam continues to roll out the red carpet for foreign biotech giants, including the infamous Monsanto, to sell the controversial genetically modified (GM) corn varieties in the country. Jeffrey Smith and other critics say that…

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Belgian writer-director seeks justice for Vietnamese AO victims

April 21, 2015

“Lien in Me Linh or War and its crimes” by Belgian writer-director Jean Marc Turine recounted 1961 to 1972 when the US army dumped over 80 million litres of defoliant, mostly the highly toxic Agent…

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Danielle Perry’s Story

April 17, 2012

Danielle Perry is the daughter of Reuben "Bud" Charles Perry III, who served in the "brown water" Navy along Vietnam's rivers during the Vietnam War. Years later, he suffered from diabetes and peripheral neuropathy. Today,…

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