"Agent Orange - A lethal legacy".Memories of the Vietnam War are dimming, but Vietnamese who were exposed to Agent Orange and other dioxin-laced chemicals during the fighting are still experiencing devastating health effects, and birth defects have brought the impact into a second generation. Yet the U.S. government has yet to make full amends, either in the U.S. or overseas. .Ke Van Bac, 22, who suffers severe mental and physical disabilities, is held by his mother, Can Tui, 53, at their home in A Luoi, Central Vietnam on June 29, 2009. Tui fought as a guerilla in the mountains during the war where Agent Orange was heavily sprayed.. (image by Kuni Takahashi)
"Agent Orange - A lethal legacy".Memories of the Vietnam War are dimming, but Vietnamese who were exposed to Agent Orange and other dioxin-laced chemicals during the fighting are still experiencing devastating health effects, and birth defects have brought the impact into a second generation. Yet the U.S. government has yet to make full amends, either in the U.S. or overseas. .Ke Van Bac, 22, who suffers severe mental and physical disabilities, is held by his mother, Can Tui, 53, at their home in A Luoi, Central Vietnam on June 29, 2009. Tui fought as a guerilla in the mountains during the war where Agent Orange was heavily sprayed..
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