I am the widow of a Vietnam veteran who died in 2005 due to exposure to Agent Orange and his service. Our daughter, Dee Reyes has been sick all of her life. I have advocated for my daughter since she was 7 years old. This is how we founded Agent Orange Legacy in 2007.
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In the last 7 years we learned a lot about military exposures. We realized how widespread this problem is so we decided to change our name to Legacy of Our Veterans’ Military Exposures (LOVME).
We believe and feel quite strongly that we can get the help our children/grandchildren need by uniting all branches of the U.S. Armed Forces and all military campaigns.
There is power in numbers and if we can united our veterans and their families we can use that power to get results for our veterans’ descendants and their families.
We realize that many veterans currently are going without the care that they need. We also realize that the veterans needs must be met first before the descendants can be recognized by the VA as well. But so much time has passed for our own children and still the services and support they need is not available. It is up to us to pass on to our newer veterans and their families information that might help them and their children before their children are 40 years old.
My daughter and I do not want the children of our new veterans to suffer like she did. We want you to know that if you were exposed to any toxic chemical, male or female, that is a mutagentic or teratogenic; your children will be affected and so will your descendants for many generations to come.
You can learn more at http://www.facebook.com/LOVME.ORG
You can learn more at http://www.lovme.org
Thanks for your continued support, Sharon & Dee
Legacy of Our Veterans’ Military Exposures (LOVME)
Protecting Our Veterans’ Children™