Chemical Spraying as Reported by Refugees from South Vietnam

  title={Chemical Spraying as Reported by Refugees from South Vietnam},
  author={Hilary A. Rose and Steven Peter Russell Rose},
  pages={710 - 712}
Ninety-eight refugees who had been exposed to chemical sprays in South Vietnam were interviewed in Hanoi. Most reported effects on eyes and skin and gastrointestinal upsets. Ninety-two percent suffered fatigue, prolonged or indefinite in 17 percent of cases. Reports of abortions and monstrous births in sprayed humans and animals and of substantial numbers of deaths among fish, fowl, and pigs were also given. 
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