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I Am Now: Dioxin's Legacy in Vietnam

Vo Thi Nham, and her daughter Hien, prepare lunch for the family in Danang. Both of her boys, Tri 21, and Hau 14, are physially handicapped as a result of Dioxin exposure. They require full time care, and Nham worries about what will happen to them when she is no longer around. Hien, who's just graduated university knows the family's, and brothers' future is dependent on her.

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I Am Now: Dioxin's Legacy in Vietnam
Vo Thi Nham, and her daughter Hien, prepare lunch for the family in Danang. Both of her boys, Tri 21, and Hau 14, are physially handicapped as a result of Dioxin exposure. They require full time care, and Nham worries about what will happen to them when she is no longer around. Hien, who's just graduated university knows the family's, and brothers' future is dependent on her.