The following HTML text is provided to enhance online
readability. Many aspects of typography translate only awkwardly to HTML.
Please use the page image
as the authoritative form to ensure accuracy.
Veterans and Agent Orange: Update 2006
Wigle DT, Semenciw RB, Wilkins K, Riedel D, Ritter L, Morrison HI, Mao Y. 1990. Mortality study of Canadian male farm operators: Non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma mortality and agricultural practices in Saskatchewan. Journal of the National Cancer Institute 82:575–582.
Wiklund K, Holm L-E. 1986. Soft tissue sarcoma risk in Swedish agricultural and forestry workers. Journal of the National Cancer Institute 76:229–234.
Wiklund K, Lindefors BM, Holm L-E. 1988a. Risk of malignant lymphoma in Swedish agricultural and forestry workers. British Journal of Industrial Medicine 45:19–24.
Wiklund K, Dich J, Holm L-E. 1988b. Soft tissue sarcoma risk in Swedish licensed pesticide applicators. Journal of Occupational Medicine 30:801–804.
Wiklund K, Dich J, Holm L-E. 1989. Risk of soft tissue sarcoma, Hodgkin’s disease and non-Hodgkin lymphoma among Swedish licensed pesticide applicators. Chemosphere 18:395–400.
Woods JS, Polissar L. 1989. Non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma among phenoxy herbicide-exposed farm workers in western Washington State. Chemosphere 18:401–406.
Yoshida J, Kumagai S, Tabuchi T, Kosaka H, Akasaka S, Kasai H, Oda H. 2006. Negative association between serum dioxin level and oxidative DNA damage markers in municipal waste incinerator workers. International Archives of Occupational and Environmental Health 79(2):115–122.
Young AL. 1992. The Military Use of Herbicides in Vietnam. Presentation to the Institute of Medicine Committee to Review the Health Effects in Vietnam Veterans of Exposure to Herbicides. December 8, 1992. Washington, DC.
Young AL. 2004. TCDD biomonitoring and exposure to Agent Orange: Still the gold standard. Environmental Science and Pollution Research 11(3):143–146.
Young AL, Newton M. 2004. Long overlooked historical information on Agent Orange and TCDD following massive applications of 2,4,5-T-containing herbicides, Eglin Air Force Base, Florida. Environmental Science and Pollution Research 11(4):209–221.
Young AL, Reggiani GM, eds. 1988. Agent Orange and Its Associated Dioxin: Assessment of a Controversy. Amsterdam, The Netherlands: Elsevier.
Young AL, Thalken CE, Arnold EL, Cupello JM, Cockerham LG. 1976. Fate of 2,3,7,8 Tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin (TCDD) in the Environment: Summary and Decontamination Recommendations. Colorado Springs: US Air Force Academy. USAFA TR 76 18.
Young AL, Calcagni JA, Thalken CE, Tremblay JW. 1978. The Toxicology, Environmental Fate, andHuman Risk of Herbicide Orange and Its Associated Dioxin. Brooks AFB, TX: Air Force Occupational and Environmental Health Lab. USAF OEHL TR 78 92.
Young AL, Cecil PF Sr, Guilmartin JF Jr. 2004a. Assessing possible exposures of ground troops to Agent Orange during the Vietnam War: The use of contemporary military records. Environmental Science and Pollution Research 11(6):349–358.
Young AL, Giesy JP, Jones P, Newton M, Guilmartin JF Jr, Cecil PF Sr. 2004b. Assessment of potential exposure to Agent Orange and its associated TCDD. Environmental Science and PollutionResearch 11(6):347–348.
Zack JA, Gaffey WR. 1983. A mortality study of workers employed at the Monsanto company plant in Nitro, West Virginia. Environmental Science Research 26:575–591.
Zahm SH, Weisenburger DD, Babbitt PA, Saal RC, Vaught JB, Cantor KP, Blair A. 1990. A case– control study of non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma and the herbicide 2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid (2,4-D) in eastern Nebraska. Epidemiology 1:349–356.
Zober A, Messerer P, Huber P. 1990. Thirty-four-year mortality follow up of BASF employees exposed to 2,3,7,8-TCDD after the 1953 accident. International Archives of Occupational andEnvironmental Health 62(2):139–157.