Young Vietnamese disabled cope in Ho Chi Minh City
09:01 | 09/28/2012
( - Tran Vu Hoai Phuong, who uses crutches after having had polio as a child, says each day is a struggle to get around the city.
Scientific proves of adverse effects caused by herbicide/dioxin on humans in Vietnam
09:01 | 09/28/2012
( - A basic in toxicology is "any chemicals can be toxic and nontoxic. Importance is exposure dose". That means, in the other words, any chemicals can become toxic if being used with overdose.
Phu Tho province: Alleviation of Orange pain
09:01 | 09/28/2012
( - The war came and gone but it has never left, it still exists every day. Where soldiers and volunteers came home from battles it is where the Orange disaster is. The struggle after the war has rooted into each village, going on chasing and devastating so many families, so many lives. Many people have died, many others have to live with and who know how many more being born generations will have to bear this pain.
Hundreds people in “Orange village” are disabilities
09:01 | 09/28/2012
( - Ma Choai is a crowed village where are living 200 ethnic minority people. But since 1968 when the American army spreading Agent Orange/dioxin, hundreds of people living in this village have been affected and exposed with the poison causing diseases, defect and disabilities.
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