Urologic cancer risks for veterans exposed to Agent Orange

ArticleinUrologic nursing: official journal of the American Urological Association Allied 33(2):87-90, 99 · June 2013with2 Reads
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Abstract
Agent Orange, an herbicide widely used during the Vietnam War, has been linked to various health risks, including urologic malignancy. Exposed veterans are at risk for prostate cancer and may be entitled to compensation if diagnosed with prostate cancer. Current research studies are aimed at mitigating prostate dysplasia and prostate cancer
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