My husband was an infantryman in Vietnam during 1969-70 and was exposed to Agent Orange, as well as other "colors" of the herbicides used there. He was diagnosed with vascular dementia at age 57 and is rated by the VA as 100% disabled and mentally incompetent. He also suffers from diabetes and neuropathy. The VA describes his disability as service-related. The VA accepts a "presumptive link" between Agent Orange and diabetes. Good luck to you.
The agent orange was the term used during Vietnam war by USA. The agent orange was a herbicide used as war plan and was responsible for many health hazards. There are no scientific evidences of after effects of agent orange in these days. It might has caused health problems in those who were exposed on that time. For more information, visit