A Child Suffers From Birth Defects Allegedly Caused by Agent Orange
A child suffering from birth defects suspected to be a result of Agent Orange poisoning, sits on the floor as a nurse feeds other children. Although no link has ever been proven between Agent Orange and any illness, there are consistently high rates of cancer and congenital birth defects in areas heavily sprayed by the defoliant during the war.
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