HATFIELD AGENT ORANGE REPORTS
Much of the early research on the impacts of Dioxin-contaminated Agent Orange in Vietnam was conducted by Hatfield Associates in Vancouver, Canada. Their reports can be found on their website.
NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCE REPORTS
Between 1994 and 2018, the Institute of Medicine—now the National Academy of Science—was tasked with examining the research on the health impacts of Agent Orange and the other herbicides used during the Vietnam Era and the research on Dioxin; they produced the publication “Veterans and Agent Orange“ summarizing this research and making conclusions on the types of conditions that may be associated with these chemicals. Their last report was published in 2018. Links to all the reports can be found on the VA website.
FROM ENEMIES TO PARTNERS: VIETNAM, THE U.S. AND AGENT ORANGE
Charles Bailey, formerly of the Ford Foundation in Vietnam, and Le Ke Son, his Vietnamese colleague at Committee 33, collaborated together to write a history of how the U.S. and Vietnam were able to finally work together to address the health and environmental impacts of Agent Orange. Their book is now available on the Aspen Institute website.