Agent Orange
The Weapon That Outlived the War

Vietnamese doctors and civilians discuss the ongoing impact of Agent Orange on the country 35 years after the end of the Vietnam War. Although the United States used the herbicide Agent Orange to kill the crops of communist insurgents, the chemical mixture has had devastating effects on the people who were exposed to it. Today, children continue to be born with birth defects, cancer, and other illnesses caused by it.

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