Is There Any Connection Between Agent Orange and Bladder Cancer?

Q: My husband is a veteran. He was exposed to Agent Orange during his military service and is now a bladder cancer patient. Is it Agent Orange that led to his bladder cancer?

A: A new review of Agent Orange research disclosed the link between Agent Orange and bladder cancer. The conclusion is supported by evidence. It showed that veterans who were once exposed to the poisonous agent are more likely to develop bladder cancer. In other word, the exposure to the agent increases the risk of bladder cancer.

Besides cancer, neurological impairment and endocrine disease are still looming large in the shadow of Agent Orange.

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