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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Dan Rather
(Paterson, New Jersey) Vietnam war vets.' concern over children's future health due to their wartime exposure to Agent Orange examined; Ralph Kaznowski's health problems and birth defects of son Brian cited as example [KAZNOWSKI - fears for son's future.] Pointman Project, first in-depth study of possible rel. between Vietnam vets.' health problems and their exposure to Agent Orange discussed. [Project vols. Joseph STANECKI, Charles KRAUSE - explain their participation.] Previous government studies recalled. [Veterans Administration spokesperson Dr. Barclay SHEPARD - notes variety of sources of dioxin in environmental] [New Jersey Agent Orange Cmsn. spokesperson Wayne WILSON - considers Veterans Administration reaction to Project Pointman.] [Vol. Richard ALBERT - would prefer to discover lack of problem with Agent Orange.]
REPORTER: Chris Kelley
- Kelley, Chris;
- Rather, Dan
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