215 Institute of Medicine; Committee to Review the Health Effects in Vietnam Veterans of Exposure to Herbicides (1994).
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After a 1970 study found that 2,4,5-T could cause birth defects in lab animals, its use in Vietnam was stopped.Service members that had been stationed on the island, photographs, government records, and unearthed storage barrels.Gallons (3,800 L) chemical tanks.The Queensland health department determined that cancer rates in Innisfail were no higher than those in other parts of the state.122 In 2007, the government of Canada offered a one-time ex gratia payment of 20,000 as compensation for Agent Orange exposure at CFB Gagetown.Retrieved 13 September 2014."Elevated Sister Chromatid Exchange Frequencies in New Zealand Vietnam War Veterans"."The Air Force and Herbicides" (PDF).Benefits for exposed veterans Vietnam veterans and those who served at certain other locations (such as Thailand or the Korean Demilitarized Zone) who were exposed to Agent Orange or other herbicides may be eligible for 3 kinds of benefits.Nguyen Thi Ngoc Phuong", Subcommittee on Asia, the Pacific and the Global Environment,.S.The first batch of herbicides was unloaded at Tan Son Nhut Air Base in South Vietnam, on January 9, 1962.84 During Pointman I, commission researchers devised ways to determine small dioxin levels in blood."The Case of Agent Orange".Usafa TR.Linedecker, Clifford; Ryan, Michael; Ryan, Maureen (1982)."Evidence for Agent Orange on Okinawa"."Birth Defects Caused by Agent Orange".In 2003, the Vietnam Association of Victims of Agent Orange (vava) sex slave camp was formed.Nguyen Viet Nhan, children in the areas where Agent Orange was used have been affected and have multiple health problems, including cleft palate, mental disabilities, hernias, and extra fingers and toes.
Department of Defense (DoD) has denied these allegations with statements by military officials and spokespersons, as well as a January 2013 report authored.