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Washington dc the national academies press doi 101722612059 the utility of proximity based herbicide exposure assessment in epidemiologic studies of vietnam veterans presents the conclusions and recommendations of an institute of medicine committee iom that was convened to provide guidance to the department of veterans affairs va the utility of proximity based herbicide exposure assessment in epidemiologic studies of vietnam veterans presents the conclusions and recommendations of an institute of medicine committee iom that was convened to provide guidance to the department of veterans affairs va about the best use of a model to characterize exposure to the troops the utility of proximity based herbicide exposure assessment in epidemiologic studies of vietnam veterans author institute of medicine us committee on making best use of the agent orange exposure reconstruction model publisher washington dc national academies press 2008a new institute of medicine report the utility of proximity based herbicide exposure assessment in epidemiologic studies of vietnam veterans presents the conclusions and recommendations of a committee that was convened to provide guidance to the department of veterans affairs about the best use of an exposure assessment model that was the utility of proximity based herbicide exposure assessment in epidemiologic studies of vietnam veterans the group also reviewed the epidemiologic studies on the personal use of hair dyes but the evidence was not adequate for a definitive conclusion about such treatments

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