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Posted by: PATRICIA WHITE (ID *****7039) Date: September 24, 2009 at 20:23:41
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my father fordie jack white served in korea 52-54 in 34th regigiment 24th div company c and now has colon cancer mulitple myeloma, diabetes,i know you were all exposed to many chemicals but can find no record of what they were if anyone can help please contact me mimipat@verizon.net
i am aware of napalm which is listed in the encyclopedia and is a carcigen but are ther others? of course va isnt going to tell you and the military isnt either they wouldnt tell about agent orange till now and only admit to it in korea after the 60's please help if you can here is my address again mimipat@verizon.net


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