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Vietnam Still Suffering With Pollutants From Agent Orange

News   Feb 28, 2019 | Original Story by Lauren Quinn for the University of Illinois College of Agriculture, Consumer and Environmental Sciences.

 
Vietnam Still Suffering With Pollutants From Agent Orange

US aircraft sprayed 20 million gallons of herbicides across Vietnam during the Vietnam War. Dioxin, a contaminant in Agent Orange, persists today. Credit: US Army Flight Operations Specialist 4 John Crivello in 1969.

 
 
 

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