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Veterans and Agent Orange: Update 2006 APPENDIX A Agendas of Public Meetings Held by the Committee to Review the Health Effects in Vietnam Veterans of Exposure to Herbicides (Sixth Biennial Update) FIRST PUBLIC MEETING Thursday, March 30, 2006 Keck Center, Room 201 Washington, DC Presentations Welcome; Goals and Conduct of the Public Meeting; Introductions John Stegeman, Committee Chair Charge to the Committee Mark Brown, PhD, US Department of Veterans Affairs IOM Veterans and Agent Orange Reports: A Brief History David Butler, PhD, Institute of Medicine Service in Vietnam and Melanoma David A. Lamenzo, Vietnam Veteran The Role of Dioxins in Cancer Risk in Highly Exposed Populations (Biomarkers of Exposure and Early Effects) Maria Teresa Landi, MD, PhD, Investigator, National Cancer Institute
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Veterans and Agent Orange: Update 2006 SECOND PUBLIC MEETING Thursday, June 15, 2006 The Hyatt Regency Phoenix Civic Plaza, 122 North Second Street Phoenix, AZ Presentations Welcome; Goals and Conduct of the Public Meeting; Introductions John Stegeman, Committee Chair The Possible Effects of Contaminated Herbicides on the Pituitary Debra Kraus, Artist Vietnam Experience Denis Dermody, Vietnam Veteran Conference Call Concerning Conventions for ICD Coding and Grouping Health Outcomes Theodore R. Holford, PhD, Yale School of Public Health Kyle Steenland, PhD, Professor, Rollins School of Public Health, Emory University