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Agent Orange series

A series by The Chicago Tribune traces the lingering impact of the use of Agent Orange during the Vietnam War.  The evidence of exposure can still be seen in the many who suffer serious health issues, and birth defects have carried the legacy forth into a second generation.  With assistance from the Fund for Investigative Journalism, reporters from The Tribune spent a month traveling to eight provinces throughout Vietnam conducting nearly two dozen interviews with civilians and former soldiers who say they were exposed to Agent Orange and other defoliants.

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