Agent Orange

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a herbicide used in the Vietnam War to defoliate forest areas

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Despite disagreements over issues like Agent Orange, the United States and Vietnam are rapidly building a dose relationship.
The two sides have already taken temporary steps to contain dioxin, the highly toxic element found in Agent Orange, at the Danang site and are now seeking ways to remove it from the soil.
At least three million Vietnamese people have suffered as a result of the spraying of about 80 million litres (21 million gallons) of herbicide, much of it Agent Orange, over southern Vietnam during a 10-year period, the VAVA estimates.
8 million Vietnamese people were exposed to Agent Orange, resulting in 400,000 deaths and disabilities, and 500,000 children born with birth defects.
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The hospital-based case-control study involved 69 veterans exposed to Agent Orange and 104 matched veterans who had not been exposed.
The National Institutes of Health showed a connection between dioxin exposure and diabetes in Vietnam veterans who did not work directly with Agent Orange.
The Agent Orange Act, passed by Congress in 1991, mandated that a series of studies be conducted every two years for 10 years to evaluate the effects of these herbicides on the health of Vietnam veterans, she said.
The class certified in the 1984 litigation included military personnel who had served in Vietnam from 1961 to 1972 and were exposed to Agent Orange or other herbicides.
First, that all Vietnam vets had Agent Orange exposure, even though blood testing has shown that only a handful had any exposure.
It was claimed that Agent Orange and Agent Blue were harmless to humans and only had a short-lived impact on the environment.
The VA's regulation governing individuals presumed to have been exposed to certain herbicides has been broadened, extending eligibility to Air Force Reserve personnel exposed to Agent Orange through contact with contaminated C-123 aircraft.
AWELSH journalist who tirelessly fought to raise the awareness of Vietnam Warera defoliant Agent Orange has won a top journalism award in Japan.
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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.