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Diseases Veterans Get from Agent Orange

 |  Michael P. Ehline  | 
A person fighting for the country is admired for their audacity, bravery, and valor. However, it compels you to admire them more when you realize they are not fighting the enemies alone. The truth is, an individual in the military is facing many other threats that are either less or completely unknown to the world. Among the many things that went from threats to real dangers there’s agent orange. Agent orange exposure has affected military veterans more than enemies or anything else for that matter. Veterans who were exposed to agent orange have lived their lives with many types of cancers. What makes matters worse is that most diseases associated with agent orange were discovered after these military men and women completed their military service. Today, most of these vets are in…
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A Glossary of Cancer-Related Terms for Veterans

A Glossary of Cancer-Related Terms for Veterans
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Why the US Used Agent Orange in Vietnam and What Makes It so Deadly

 |  Michael P. Ehline  | 
Considered a powerful herbicide, Agent Orange became controversial after the United States military sprayed over 12,000 square miles of Vietnamese jungles to remove forest cover for Vietnamese troops in the Vietnam war. Sixty years later, the legacy of Agent Orange continues. It is not limited to the severe health concerns arising from exposure to Agent Orange but also the United States government’s liability for their reckless actions, the damage caused by a powerful herbicide, and how to care for the victims. More Than $240 Million in Settlements! In this Paul Ehline Ride blog, we will explore why the US used Agent Orange in Vietnam, what makes it so deadly, and why it’s led to over $240 Million in settlements so far. Let’s get started! Agent Orange: Dioxin Contamination in H…
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