Much more help is needed for Vietnam veterans and their families and those in Vietnam and elsewhere who were affected by Agent Orange/dioxin. Much more also needs to be done to clean up or contain dioxin “hot spots” to protect the health of new generations.
> We are asking the US government to join the Vietnamese, other governments and foundations in a partnership to clean up toxic hot spots and expand services to people with disabilities or illnesses associated with exposure to Agent Orange/dioxin.
> We are also asking the U.S. government to do more for our own soldiers and their families -- to identify conditions associated with exposure and to provide timely health care and benefits.
> We ask everyone, no matter where they are, to join in resolving the dark legacy of Agent Orange/dioxin.