Agent Orange Studies
The House Veteran Affairs Subcommittee on Hospital and Healthcare held a hearing on Agent Orange studies. Witnesses from the Office of… read more
The House Veteran Affairs Subcommittee on Hospital and Healthcare held a hearing on Agent Orange studies. Witnesses from the Office of Technology Assessment, the Veteran Administration, and the Air Force testified that numerous Agent Orange studies have failed to link the suspected carcinogenic chemical to more than the skin disease chloracne. Many Vietnam veterans exposed to the chemical during the war are seeking compensation for illnesses thought linked to the chemical. close
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Hellen Gelband Senior Associate Office of Technology Assessment
Vernon Houk Director Centers for Disease Control
- Oliver Meadows Chairman Veterans Advisory Cmte. Environ. Hazards
- Victor Raymond Counsel Veterans' Affairs
- Jeanne Stellman Co-Author American Legion Study of Vietnam Vets.
- Michael Torma Director U.S. Air Force->Army Surgeon General Office
- William Wolfe Investigator U.S. Air Force
- Armon Yanders Chairman Scientific Council
- House Veterans' Affairs Subcommittee on Hospitals and Health CareHouse Veterans' Affairs Subcommittee on Hospitals and Health Care
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