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I Am Now: Dioxin's Legacy in Vietnam

Vo Thi Nham reflects and laments on her two sons who have been affected by Dioxin used during the war. While they are somewhat functional and mobile, they require full time assistance for almost everything. She worries what will happen when she grows too old and weak to move them around or is no longer with them. Their major hopes are placed in their daughter, her education and her future family for the boys care, but she also worries that no one else may be willing or able to provide love and care as only a mother can.

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I Am Now: Dioxin's Legacy
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Vo Thi Nham reflects and laments on her two sons who have been affected by Dioxin used during the war. While they are somewhat functional and mobile, they require full time assistance for almost everything. She worries what will happen when she grows too old and weak to move them around or is no longer with them. Their major hopes are placed in their daughter, her education and her future family for the boys care, but she also worries that no one else may be willing or able to provide love and care as only a mother can.