Oct. 29, 2013, Senator Richard Blumenthal (D CT) introduced S. 1602
a bill to establish in the Department of Veterans Affairs a national center for the diagnosis, treatment, and research of health conditions of the descendants of veterans exposed to toxic substances during service in the Armed Forces, to provide certain services to those descendants, to establish an advisory board on exposure to toxic substances, and for other purposes.
How you can help
Birth Defect Research for Children wants you to join us in raising public awareness about the continuing effects on children of their parents exposure to toxins during military service. There is power in numbers. The more signatures we receive, the more our voices will be heard. Signing this petition will help thousands of veterans' children that are in dire need of specific medical…
One of the many veterans families we serve is Vietnam Veterans and their childrens'. They have been utilizing Birth Defect Research for Children as one of their resources to find answers about their children. We want to help veterans' families of all branches and hope that our NEW imprinted Agent Orange Hope bracelets will help raise awareness and momentum in the Vietnam Veterans' children cause.…
Help Birth Defect Research for Children continue to provide information, support and research for veterans who have children with birth defects.
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