Legacy of Our Veterans' Military Exposures
Justice - social, environmental, human
Protecting our veterans' children™


“DNA is just a tape carrying information, and a tape is no good without a player. Epigenetics is about the tape player.” Professor Bryan Turner (Birmingham, UK)
Agent Orange
Many children of veterans exposed to Agent Orange and their families want to have their DNA tested. At one time there was a program, University of South Carolina-The Center for Developmental Disabilities, for the children of Vietnam veterans which offered genetic counseling but was discontinued.

Genetic Testing

In this section you will find information about genetics, if you want to be tested and where you can be tested. You will also learn about “Body Burden Testing”. This type of testing might be easier to obtain and could be less expensive if you have been exposed directly. Since the dioxin was passed genetically, for the veterans' offspring, then "Body Burden Testing" would would only detect dioxin which has accumulated in the body from direct exposures.
Agent Orange Vietnam Veterans Memorial
Medical Information


Mutant Genes

According to epigenetics, genes do not determine your health outcome. Epigenetics says you can rewrite your genetic expression through your mind. "You can actually come with mutant genes and rewrite their expression and have normal expression with a mutant blue print. There are no limitations imposed by your genes." Dr. Lipton

Epigenetics: How Does it Work?

Epigenetics: Your Unlimited Potential for Health


Scientists Warn of Sperm Count Declines Linked to Pesticide Exposure

Scientists Warn of Sperm Count Declines Linked to Pesticide Exposure

Veterans Diseases

Toxic Military exposures have been proven to cause serious as well as life threatening diseases in veterans exposed during their service in the Armed Forces.

Neurodevelopmedntal Disorder

Neurodevelopmental disorders are disabilities associated primarily with the functioning of the neurological system and brain. Examples of neurodevelopmental disorders in children

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All medical information should be considered only educational in nature and is not intended to replace medical advice from, or your treatment by, a qualified medical doctor.