The U.S. military used Agent Orange to clear plants and trees during the Vietnam War. If you served in Vietnam or in or near the Korean Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) during the Vietnam Era—or in certain related jobs—you may have had contact with this herbicide. We refer to this as having a presumption of contact. Find out if you can get disability compensation and other benefits for illnesses we believe are caused by Agent Orange.
- US Embassy Memo: Joint Research on Health/Environmental Effects of Agent Orange/Dioxin – An Assessment of Vietnamese Attitudes. February 16, 2003.
- The Lasting Effects of Agent Orange on Laos
- Laotians Still Affected by Wartime Use of Agent Orange, Study Finds
- Barbara Lee Introduces Bill to Help Vietnamese Victims of Agent Orange
- The Victims of Agent Orange the U.S. Has Never Acknowledged
- French court to decide landmark case against the U.S. makers of Agent Orange
- America, Please Don’t Forget the Victims of Agent Orange
- Agent Orange: Vietnam’s ‘Struggle for Justice’ Continues