05 June 2015

VA Updates its C-123 Web Pages With Subtle Changes

VA modified some of its web pages addressing C-123 Agent Orange exposure issues. The subtle changes seem mostly to reflect findings reported in the January 2015 C-123 report from the Institute of Medicine. VA acknowledges exposure routes for TCDD.

Their web page summarizing scientific proofs still shows only those references selected to opposed veterans' exposures and ignore all the proofs which argue for C-123 Agent Orange exposures.
(VA web page modified 5 June 2015)
Scientific Review of Agent Orange in C-123 Aircraft Public Health Scientific Review of Agent Orange in C-123 Aircraft VA asked the Institute
in adverse health effects in C-123 crew members. IOM released its report, Post-Vietnam Dioxin Exposure in Agent Orange-Contaminated C-123 Aircraft,
and herbicide use. Recent reports IOM released Post-Vietnam Dioxin Exposure in Agent Orange-Contaminated C-123 Aircraft on Jan. 9, 2015. VA has
in the Vietnam War Possible exposure of crew members to herbicide residue in C-123 planes flown after the Vietnam War

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