The personal attention, expertise, and compassion that the staff gives to our individual veterans and their families who contact the association is exemplary, and a standard by which all service organizations should be measured.
The Excecutive Director and her staff have lent their knowledge and expertise on chilren's health to the Vietnam Veterans of America Agent Orange Committee continuously since the inception of the organization, advising on a multitude of aspects related to chidren's health and exposures, serving in advisory capacities and holding worshops to educate on the latest developments in the ever-evolving field of children's health.
Through personal contact, a very fine web page, and email updates, the Association of Birth Defect Children provide continuous updates on the ever-evolving science and research.
Veteran families have given the highest praise to the organization for its preeminent and unique role in advising families on the unfortunate legacy of toxic chemical exposure.
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In my conversations with the staff , I am always overwhelmed by their high degree of personal attention and expertise. Universally, I receive the same praise for the staff from the individual veterans who have contacted the Association of Birth Defect Children. The Association is my go-to organization for the latest research an information on the unfortunate legacy of toxic exposure as it visits the second generation of our nation's veterans. Despite the small staff, they are accessible and responsive.
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I would like to see the Association of Birth Defect Children receive assured funding, so that they may continue to fulfill their mission unencumbered by financial concerns.
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This organization is the only one of its kind that tracks the birth defects and health issues in the children of our nation's veterans. Despite its small staff and continuing struggle to secure a funding base for its mission, it has never failed to respond to the concerns of our veterans.
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