Military veterans who say they were sickened by lingering amounts of the
herbicide Agent Orange after the Vietnam War now have some strong scientific
support for their claims. According to Linda Birnbaum, director of the
National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, studies support the
fact that Veteran’s who flew in planes contaminated with any dioxin
or components of Agent Orange were more likely to be exposed than those
servicemen who had boots on the ground in Vietnam.
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