Written by attorney Kenneth Lewis LaVan | Jun 16, 2014

Possible Sources of Agent Orange Exposure Besides On Vietnam Soil

Agent Orange, a deadly herbicide, was used heavily during the Vietnam War, exposing U.S. troops to its effects. Boots on the ground soldiers are presumed to have been exposed, but veterans may have been exposed elsewhere as well.

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For all of these cases, you must show evidence of an Agent Orange-related disease. For more information on how the VA identifies and handles Agent Orange exposure claims, visit

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