In Vietnam, a CEO tackles a 'terrible wrong'

  • Article by: JACKIE CROSBY , Star Tribune
  • Updated: October 30, 2012 - 12:36 PM

A health plan's leader lost her husband, possibly to aftereffects of Agent Orange exposure. Now she seeks to help others in Vietnam.

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pursuitOct. 21, 12 7:26 AM

My brother died of this ailment just a little more than a year ago - his name is not on the Viet Nam memorial, but the way he died was no less horrible than dying in combat - the U. S. is culpable, and they have admitted they did wrong - too late for my brother, may he rest in peace.

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Cy_ThaoOct. 21, 1210:11 AM

The price others pay for us to live in the most powerful and wasteful country in the world.

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azafvet52Oct. 22, 12 3:16 PM

While I commend Mrs. Feldman's devotion to her late husband and her promise to him, let's not forget that our country has still not taken care of ALL the Veterans that served during this war, from over 50yrs ago. While I empathize with the Vietnamese people, I am also very concerned with the children and grandchildren of our Veterans, right here at home. They too are victim's, and deserve the Gov's help. "The day a Government stops caring for it's Veteran's, is the day it should stop creating them."

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