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Health Issues as They Relate to the Korean War

Korean War veterans were exposed to a wide assortment of health risks while serving in the military during the Korean War.  Among them were cancer-causing atomic radiation exposure, the use of DDT, hemorrhagic fever, and asbestos exposure.  There are countless cases of cold weather injuries that still affect Korean War veterans today.  To learn more about these issues, view the text below for reference resources.  Please contact Lynnita if you have more information on these and other health-related issues.

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