Protecting our veterans' children
Legacy of Our Veterans' Military Exposures L3C
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Superfund sites

Veteran faces battles with VA Clinic

Norman Laws of Branson served in Vietnam. Following his years overseas, he was stationed at Chanute Air Force Base in Illinois in 1973, where he said he was exposed to multiple chemicals, including Agent Orange. The base has since closed, and the state of Illinois has...
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LOVME Uniting our Veterans’ and their Families

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. Learn more...
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Toxic soldiers

A portion of her training included bivouac, which was “like camping, only you wear war paint and carry a gun,” said Roland. They set up tents and lived outdoors, relying on streams running through the encampment for bathing, cooking and drinking water. She isn’t sure if it was...
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Camp Lejeune, North Carolina: Adverse Birth Outcomes Study Results

The effects of TCE on the human body
Click Here for PDF  Study Purpose   The purpose of this study was to determine if maternal exposures to contaminants in drinking water at Camp Lejeune were associated with preterm birth and fetal growth retardation. This study is a reanalysis of a previous study, which...
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Human exposure ‘uncontrolled’ at 114 Superfund sites

EPA secrecy about sites’ toxic dangers extends even to senators’ inquiries Scattered across the country, from New Jersey to California, are 114 toxic waste sites where the federal government has determined that the threat to humans from dangerous and sometimes...
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EPA’s Superfund Websites Can Save Veterans’ Lives: U. S. Air Force

Superfund Site
  EPA’s Superfund Websites Can Save Veterans’ Lives EPA’s Superfund database lists Chemicals of Concerns (COCs) and their health effects, valuable information to medical care providers. Thousands of veterans and their dependents lived and worked on military installations...
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Camp Lejeune: Marine Corps Base Health Survey Flawed

Camp Lejeune: Marine Corps Base Health Survey Flawed It doesn’t take a doctoral degree in science to know that a survey of two Superfund sites thousands of miles from each other may show higher incidence of cancer and other diseases than found in the general population. Yet, that...
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