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We wish to comment on the article by Tai et al.1 This article suggests that the dioxin contaminant of Agent Orange may be responsible for neurological abnormalities in Vietnamese infants.
The characteristic and toxic dioxin contaminant of Agent Orange, 2,3,7,8-tetrochlorodibenzodioxin (TCDD), was reported at very low levels for those potentially exposed. TCDD levels were only slightly higher in the potentially contaminated (1.4 pg/g) than in the comparison …
Correction notice This paper has been corrected since it was published online first. An error in the title has been removed.
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