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Characterizing Exposure of Veterans to Agent Orange and Other Herbicides Used in Vietnam: Scientific Considerations Regarding a Request for Proposals for Research degree to which exposure can be determined, both qualitatively and quantitatively, by this methodology; the details of the validation studies performed, including both methods and results; and a description of how important confounding variables will be evaluated. The committee encourages the dissemination of scholarly findings resulting from conduct of the research and encourages investigators to disseminate their findings through publication in peer-reviewed journals. REFERENCES Institute of Medicine. 1994. Veterans and Agent Orange: Health Effects of Herbicides Used in Vietnam. Washington, DC: National Academy Press. Institute of Medicine. 1996. Veterans and Agent Orange: Update 1996. Washington, DC: National Academy Press. Midwest Research Institute (MRI). 1967. Assessment of Ecological Effects of Extensive or Repeated Use of Herbicides. MRI Project No. 3103-B. Kansas City, MO: MRI. (NTIS AD-824-314.) National Research Council, Assembly of Life Sciences. 1974. The Effects of Herbicides in South Vietnam. Washington, DC: National Academy of Sciences. Young AL, Reggiani GM, eds. 1988. Agent Orange and Its Associated Dioxin: Assessment of a Controversy. Amsterdam: Elsevier.
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