Agent Orange (dioxin) is a herbicide used widely by the US government during the Vietnam War. Those exposed to Agent Orange continue to feel its long term health effects.
Veterans of the Gulf War may have experienced exposure to burning oil wells, toxic nerve agents, and certain insect repellents. Exposure to these varied toxins is associated with a range of symptoms known as Gulf War Syndrome.
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