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Birth Defect Research Research for Children

BDRC has worked with Vietnam veterans’ families since 1986. BDRC has collected information from thousands of families of Vietnam veterans and has found a consistent pattern of disabilities in their children.

Scientists Warn of Sperm Count Declines Linked to Pesticide Exposure

Scientists Warn of Sperm Count Declines Linked to Pesticide Exposure

Agent Pink

Agent Pink is the code name for a powerful herbicide and defoliant used by the U.S. military in its herbicidal warfare program during the Vietnam War Vietnam War. The name comes

Agent White

Agent White is the code name for a herbicide used by the U.S. military in its herbicidal warfare program during the Vietnam War. The name comes from the regulatory requirements of

Nerve Regeneration

3-D printed guide helps regrow complex nerves after injury

Veterans Research Video

Veterans Research
Since 1990, BDRC has been collecting data linking birth defects to veterans’ toxic exposures during the Vietnam and Gulf Wars. This work helped lay the groundwork for a law requiring the VA to study the effects of toxins on male veterans’ children. We need your help to keep this momentum going. DONATE NOW
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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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