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Photographs of Heather Bowser

William (Bill) Morris was drafted for the Vietnam War in 1967. He sent this photograph to his wife Sharon in 1968. “He went to Vietnam thinking of it as an adventure,” Sharon said. “Then reality set in. All he wanted to do was stay alive and get home.”

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Mushroom Farm gives women veterans exposed to Agent Orange a place, a purpose, a life

In 1996, war veteran Madame Cuc founded the mushroom farm co-op, where the women now work together to grow and harvest various types of edible and medicinal mushrooms.

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Agent Orange leaves behind a toxic footprint

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Ending the lingering threat of Agent Orange begins with awareness

Heather Bowser continues to wrestle with what she discovered about herself in Vietnam. She holds tight to the many wonderful memories of her trip, but she also admits to moments of despair that she can’t quite explain. Not yet, anyway.

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Bowser, children touched by Agent Orange find a common bond in Friendship Village

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Agent Orange leaves its mark on the life of Heather Bowser, p. 2

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Agent Orange leaves its mark on the life of Heather Bowser

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Agent Orange leads Heather Bowser to connect with her father’s past in Vietnam

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Friendship Village provides support to people affected by Agent Orange

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The Vietnam War ended but a silent threat from Agent Orange remained, p. 2

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