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Vietnam vets say they passed down birth defects to their children due to Agent Orange

Protecting our veterans' children

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In 2010, the U.S. senate passed a $60 billion bill to provide expanded medical care for Vietnam War veterans exposed to the chemical, but the coverage didn’t include heart disease.

According to St. Germaine, the bill also did not link health effects passed down to children and grand-children.

St. Germaine isn’t sure what can be done after all these years, but he has hopes the VA will recognize a link so more research can be done to help future generations.

If you’d like more information, St. Germaine can be reached by calling; 520-906-8477.

VIDEO OF VIETNAM VETERAN DENNIS ST. GERMAINE

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Widow of a Vietnam veteran exposed to Agent Orange and founder of Agent Orange Legacy.

  1. sharon morris Reply

    I am the widow also of a disabled vietnam veteran that passed away 18 years ago….due to agent orange poisoning and he also suffered horribly from PTSD….which my children and i have never recovered from..! All 3 of my children suffer from things they saw and incurred from this horrible chemical and war…

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