Agent Orange


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a herbicide used in the Vietnam War to defoliate forest areas

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In October 2018, the Chairman of the Board of Veterans' Appeals issued a memorandum placing a stay on the adjudication of all appeals for benefits based on exposure to Agent Orange in the waters offshore of Vietnam.
Agent Orange was a defoliant sprayed by US forces to destroy jungles and uncover the enemy's hiding places.
Agent Orange, which was the most abundantly used chemical herbicide, was composed of two chemicals, 2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid (2,4-D) and 2,4,5-trichlorophenoxyacetic acid (2,4,5-T).
Infantryman's Badge, a case of Malaria and an Agent Orange
The history of Agent Orange and its effects on the Vietnamese people, as well as American soldiers, should shame Americans.
But a (https://www.propublica.org/article/the-children-of-agent-orange) joint investigation by ProPublica and the Virginian-Pilot published Friday revealed the odds of having a child born with birth defects were found to be a third higher for veterans exposed to Agent Orange than for those who weren't.
However, it was not until 1974 that the United States government stopped using Agent Orange and Agent Blue.
"What made me first interested in Agent Orange was the Welsh photographer Philip Jones Grif-fiths - born in Rhuddlan - who documented the legacy of these poisons in Vietnam.
In histories of politically contested science, some equivocation is usually inevitable, and Edwin Martini's Agent Orange: History, Science, and the Politics of Uncertainty is no exception to the rule.
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It was possibly associated with the fact he had been exposed to the herbicide Agent Orange as a child during the Vietnam war.
Swansea-born Jon Mitchell, pictured, has made allegations on Japanese TV and in publications including the Japan Times that defoliants including Agent Orange were buried in Okinawa following the conflict and that they continue to pose a massive threat to health.
Washington, May 13 ( ANI ): A new study has found a link between exposure to Agent Orange and US veterans' having lethal forms of prostate cancer.
Agent Orange, an herbicide widely used during the Vietnam War, has been linked to various health risks, including urologic malignancy.