Claretha Singleton, widow of an Army veteran who died of lung cancer years after exposure to Agent Orange, filled her prescriptions at the Naval Hospital Beaufort for 12 years. Last...
"That night, my nanobots were activated," Schmidt testified. "Afterward, I knew, I am working for this agency now."
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National Guard veteran Amie Muller believed deployments to Iraq caused the cancer that killed her. She worked and lived next … Continued
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