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Agent Orange Legacy Founder Testifies before (IOM) Institutes of Medicine Agent Orange Update Committee Meeting held in Washington DC

Agent Orange Legacy In Washington D.C.

Danielle Reyes, Founder of Agent Orange Legacy Testifies before IOM Agent Orange Update Committee in DC

My mother and I have embarked on a journey as advocate for the rights of the children of Vietnam Veterans whose biological parent(s) were exposed to Agent Orange.

Since my mother and I started out we have been advocating for the services, support and rights of the children of Vietnam veterans exposed to Agent Orange and their families. Our long term goal is to create a permanent presence on Captiol Hill. Our greatest hope is to one day testify in front of Congress about the effects Agent Orange has had, and still is having on the lives of the adult children, grandchildren and successive generations of Vietnam Veterans.

However, I did testify in front of The Institute of Medicine (IOM) Agent Orange Update Committee this past June at the Committee’s first meeting in Washington D.C. held at the National Academy of Science building. This trip was a milestone for Agent Orange Legacy, five (5) years in the making.

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