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Admiral Elmo R. Zumwalt, Jr. Collection: Agent Orange Studies II (616) Finding Aid

Item Number: 6160000000
 Collection

Scope and Contents

The size of this sub-series is approximately 2 linear feet. This sub-series contains published studies about the varying effects of Agent Orange and the difference of opinion surrounding this controversial issue. The studies vary in size from full-length reports to article length discussions. The reports are produced from many sources, such as the Institute of Medicine (IOM), American Medical Association, National Institute of Environmental Health Studies (NIEHS), The Air Force, Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), various universities, and independent studies conducted on Vietnam veterans and Vietnamese. This sub-series also contains related correspondence and bibliographies.

Dates

  • 06 March 2002

Biographical / Historical

Biography: From the Naval Historical Center Website Elmo Russell Zumwalt, Jr., was born in San Francisco, California, on 29 November 1920, son of Dr. E. H. Zumwalt and Dr. Frances Zumwalt. He attended Tulare (California) Union High School, where he was an Eagle Scout and Class Valedictorian and the Rutherford Preparatory School, at Long Beach, California, before his appointment to the U. S. Naval Academy, Annapolis, Maryland, from his native state in 1939. As a Midshipman, he was President of the Trident Society, Vice President of the Quarterback Society, twice winner of the June Week Public Speaking Contest (1940, 1941), Company Commander in 1941 and Regimental Three Striper in 1942, and participated in intercollegiate debating. Graduated with distinction and commissioned Ensign on 19 June 1942, with the Class of 1943, he subsequently progressed to the rank of Admiral, to date from 1 July 1970.

Following graduation from the Naval Academy in June 1942, he joined the destroyer USS Phelps, and in August 1943 was detached f or instruction in the Operational Training Command, Pacific, at San Francisco, California. In January 1944, he reported on board the USS Robinson, and for "heroic service as Evaluator in the Combat Information Center... (of that destroyer), in action against enemy Japanese battleships during the Battle for Leyte Gulf, 25 October 1944." he was awarded the Bronze Star with Combat "V." The citation further states: "During a torpedo attack on enemy battleships, Lieutenant Zumwalt furnished information indispensable to the success of the attack..."

After the cessation of hostilities in August 1945, until December 8th of that year, he commanded (as prize crew officer) HIMJS Ataka, a 1200-ton Japanese river gunboat with two hundred officers and men. In that capacity, he took the first ship since the outbreak of World War II, flying the United States flag, up the Whangpoo River to Shanghai. There they helped to restore order and assisted in disarming the Japanese.

He next served as Executive Officer of the destroyer USS Saufley, and in March 1946 was transferred to the destroyer USS Zellars, as Executive Officer and Navigator. In January 1948, he was assigned to the Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps Unit of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where he remained until June 1950. That month he assumed command of USS Tills, in commission in reserve status. That destroyer escort was placed in full active commission at Charleston Naval Shipyard on 21 November 1950, and he continued to command her until March 1951, when he joined the battleship USS Wisconsin as Navigator.

"For meritorious service as Navigator of USS Wisconsin during combat operations against enemy North Korean and Chinese Communist forces in the Korean Theater from 23 November 1951 to 30 March 1952..." he received a Letter of Commendation, with Ribbon and Combat "V," from Commander Seventh Fleet. The letter continues: "As Navigator his competence and untiring diligence in assuring safe navigation of the ship enabled the commanding officer to devote the greater part of his attention to planning and gunfire Operations. His performance of duty was consistently Superior in bringing the ship through dangerously mined and restricted waters, frequently under adverse conditions and poor visibility. He assisted in the planning of the combat operations... (and) piloted Wisconsin into the closest possible inshore positions in which maximum effect could be obtained by gunfire..."

Detached from USS Wisconsin in June 1952, he attended the Naval War College, Newport, Rhode Island, and in June 1953 reported as Head of the Shore and Overseas Bases Section, Bureau of Naval Personnel, Navy Department, Washington, D. C. He also served as Officer and Enlisted Requirements Officer and as Action Officer on Medicare Legislation. Completing that tour of duty in July 1955, he assumed command of the destroyer USS Arnold J. Isbell, participating in two deployments to the Seventh Fleet. In this assignment, he was commended by the Commander, Cruiser-Destroyer Forces, U. S. Pacific Fleet for winning the Battle Efficiency Competition for his ship and for winning Excellence Awards in Engineering, Gunnery, Antisubmarine Warfare, and Operations. In July 1957, he returned to the Bureau of Naval Personnel for further duty. In December 1957, he was transferred to the Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Personnel and Reserve Forces), and served as Special Assistant for Naval Personnel until November 1958, then as Special Assistant and Naval Aide until August 1959.

Ordered to the first ship built from the keel up as a guided missile ship, USS Dewey (DLG-14), building at the Bath (Maine) Iron Works, he assumed command of that guided missile frigate at her commissioning in December 1959, and commanded her until June 1961. During this period of his command, Dewey earned the Excellence Award in Engineering, Supply, Weapons, and was runner-up in the Battle Efficiency Competition. He was a student at the National War College, Washington, D. C., during the 1961-1962 class year. In June, he was assigned to the Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense (International Security Affairs), Washington, D. C., where he served first as Desk Officer for France, Spain and Portugal, then as Director of Arms Control and Contingency Planning for Cuba. From December 1963 until 21 June 1965 he served as Executive Assistant and Senior Aide to the Honorable Paul H. Nitze, Secretary of the Navy. For duty in his tour in the offices of the Secretary of Defense and the Secretary of the Navy, he was awarded the Legion of Merit.

After his selection for the rank of Rear Admiral, he assumed command in July 1965 of Cruiser-Destroyer Flotilla Seven. "For exceptionally meritorious service..." in that capacity, he was awarded a Gold Star in lieu of a Second Legion of Merit. In August 1966, he became Director of the Chief of Naval Operations Systems Analysis Group, Washington, D. C., and for "exceptionally meritorious service... as Director, Systems Analysis Division, Office of the Chief of Naval Operations, Deputy Scientific Officer to the Center for Naval Analyses, during the period from August 1966 to August 1968..." he was awarded the Distinguished Service Medal. The citation further states in part: "Rear Admiral Zumwalt, by direction of the Chief of Naval Operations, established the Systems Analysis Division and rapidly developed it into a highly effective, responsive organization. Under his leadership, the division has assisted in generating within the Navy a better understanding of requirements, problems and a more effective presentation of those requirements in major program areas which will strongly influence the combat capabilities of U. S. Naval Forces through the next generation. (He) has displayed exceptional acumen, integrity, tact and diplomacy as personal representative of the Chief of Naval Operations, not only in dealings within the Department of Defense, but also in testifying before Congressional Committees. Among the major analyses completed under his direct supervision were the major Fleet Escort, Antisubmarine Warfare Force Level, Tactical Air, Surface-to-Surface Missile, and War-at-Sea Studies. Additionally, under Rear Admiral Zumwalt's guidance, the Center for Naval Analyses has been restructured, and its methodologies clearly defined with such precision as to ensure that completed studies will reflect thoroughness, comprehensiveness and accuracy when subjected to closest scrutiny..."

In September 1968, he became Commander Naval Forces, Vietnam and Chief of the Naval Advisory Group, U. S. Military Assistance Command, Vietnam. President Richard M. Nixon nominated him as Chief of Naval Operations on 14 April 1970. Upon being relieved as Commander Naval Forces, Vietnam, on 15 May 1970, he was awarded a Gold Star in lieu of a second Distinguished Service Medal for exceptionally meritorious service. He assumed command as Chief of Naval Operations on 1 July 1970 and retired from that position on 1 July 1974. In 1976, he unsuccessfully ran as a Democratic candidate for the Senate from Virginia. Later he held the presidency of the American Medical Building Corporation in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

Admiral Zumwalt died on 2 January 2000 at the Duke University Medical Center in Durham, NC. His home was in Arlington, Virginia. He was married to the former Mouza Coutelais-du-Roche of Harbin, Manchuria, and they had two sons, Elmo R. Zumwalt III, who died of cancer in 1988, and James Gregory Zumwalt, and two daughters, Ann F. Zumwalt Coppola and Mouza C. Zumwalt-Weathers. He was also survived by six grandchildren.
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Inventory

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  • Exposure to Dioxins as a Risk Factor for Soft Tissues Sarcoma: A Population Based Control Study by Mikael Erikkson Journal of the National Cancer Institute Volume 82 Issue 6 21 March 1990
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  • Cancer Mortality Among Farmers by Don P Buesching and Loyd Wollstadt Journal of the National Cancer Institute Volume 72 Issue 3 March 1984
  • Australian Epidemonology: On Royal Misruling in the realm of Epidemiology by Axelson and Hardell Published by the Department of Occupational Medicine, University Hospital Sweden
  • Risk of the Tissue Sarcoma, Hodgkin.s Disease and Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma Among Swedish Licensed Pesticide Applicators by K Wiklund, et al.Chemosphere Volume 18 Issue 1-6 1989
  • Herbicide Exposure and Tumor Mortality by Olav Axelson, et. al. Scand J Environmental Health Volume 6 1980
  • Soft Tissue Sarcoma and Occupational Exposures by G. Wingren, et. al. Cancer 15 August 1990
  • Mortality and Cancer Morbidity Among Coordinated Phenoxyacid Applicators in Finland by V. Riimimaki, et. al. Chemosphere Volume 12 Issue 4/5 Publisher Pergamon 1983
  • Dieter Flesch (Beratungsstelle fur Chemiearbeiter) to Cate Jenkins (EPA) Letter with attachments 6 August 1991 (2 copies)
  • Dioxin .90 EPRI- by Miscellaneous
  • Malignant Lymphoma and Multiple Myeloma Linked with Agricultural Occupations in a New Zealand Cancer Registry-Based Study by Neil Pearce, et. al. American Journal of Epidemology Volume 121 Issue 2 Johns Hopkins School of Hygiene and Public Health 1985
  • Soft Tissue Sarcoma and Exposure to Phenoxyherbicides and Chlorophenols in New Zealand by Allan Smith et. al. JNCL Volume 73 Issue 5 November 1984 (2 copies)
  • Update on Soft Tissue Sarcoma and Phenoxyherbicides in New Zealand by Allan Smith and Neil Pearce Chemophere Volume 15 Issue 9-12 Publisher Pergamon 1986 (3 copies)
  • Correspondence by Various New England Journal of Medicine Volume 324 Issue 25 20 June 1990 (2 copies)
  • Cancer Mortality in Workers exposed to 2,3,7,8-Tetrachlorodibenzo by Marilyn Fingerhut, et.al. New England Journal of Medicine Volume 324 Issue 4 24 January 1991
  • Mortality Among US Workers Employed in the Production of Chemicals Contaminated with 2,3,7,8- Tetrachlorodibenzo-p- dioxin (TCDD) by Marilyn Fingerhut, et. al. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services January 1991
  • Rebuttals on the Final Report on Cancer by the Royal Commission on the use and effects of Chemical Agents on Australian Personnel in Vietnam by Olav Axelson Department of Occupational Medicine, University Hospital, Sweden 21 January 1986
  • Risk of Malignant Lymphoma in Swedish Agricultural and Forestry Workers by Kerstin Wiklund, et. al British Journal of Industrial Medicine Volume 45 1988
  • The Use of Phenoxy Acid Herbicides in Sweden by J Dich and K Wiklund Chemosphere Volume 18 Issue 1-6 1989
  • Malignant Lymphomas and Occupational Exposures by B Persson, et. al.British Journal of Industrial Medicine Volume 46 1989
  • Organic Solvent-Induced Encephalopathy in Industrial Painters by Douglas H. Linz, et. al. Journal of Occupational Medicine Volume 28 Issue 2 February 1986
  • Alterations in Cognitive and Psychological Functioning after Organic Solvent Exposure by Lisa A. Morrow, et. al. Journal of Occupational Medicine Volume 32 Issue 5 May 1990
  • A Distinct Pattern of Personality Disturbance following Exposure to Mixtures of Organic Solvents by Lisa A. Morrow, et. al. Journal of Occupational Medicine Volume 31 Issue 9 September 1989
  • Environmental and Occupational Medicine: 32 references Statistical Information and Data Journal of Occupational References by R. Lilis 1983
  • Substance Abuse and Adolescent Suicidal Behavior by Frank E. Crumley JAMA Volume 263 Issue 22 13 June 1990
  • Fatal Occupational Injuries in the United States, 1980-1985 by Catherine A. Bell, et. al. JAMA Volume 263 Issue 22 13 June 1990
  • Death Certificate-Based Occupational Mortality Surveillance in the United States by Robert Dubrow, et. al. American Journal of Industrial Medicine Volume 11 1987
  • Herbicides and Colon Cancer by Shelia K. Hoar, et. al. The Lancet 1 June 1985
  • Cancer Risks Among Missouri Farmers by Ross C. Brownson, et. al. Cancer Volume 64 1 December 1989
  • Mortality Among Agricultural Extension Agents by Michael C. R. Alavanja American Journal of Industrial Medicine Volume 14 1988
  • Environmental Epidemiology of Non-Hodgkin.s Lymphoma in Eastern Nebraska by Dennis D. Weisenburger American Journal of Industrial Medicine Volume 18 1990
  • A Case Control Study of Non-Hodgkin.s Lymphoma and the Herbicide 2,4-Dichlorophenoxyacetic Acid (2,4D) in Eastern Nebraska by Shelia Hoar Zahm, et. al. Epidemiology Volume 1 Issue 5 September 1990
  • Farming and Malignant Lymphoma in Hancock County Ohio by R. Dubrow British Journal of Industrial Medicine Volume 45 1998
  • Mortality Among Forest and Soil Conservationists by Michael C.R. Alavanja Archives of Environmental Health Volume 44 Issue 2 March/April 1989
  • Non-Hodgkin.s Lymphoma of the Skin and Occupational Exposure to Herbicides by H. Olsson and L. Brandt The Lancet 12 September 1981
  • Immunosppressive Effects of Dioxin in the Devlopment of Kaposi.s Sarcoma and Non-Hodgkin.s Lymphoma by Paola [?] and Shelia Hoar Zahm The Lancet 2/9 January 1988
  • Agricultural Lifestyle: A Mortality Study Among Male Farmers in south Carolina, 1983-1984 by Hiroshi Une, et. al. Southern Medical Journal Volume 80 Issue 9 September 1987
  • Myeloproliferate and Lymphoproliferetative Disorders in Tasmania, 1972-80: Occupational and Familial Aspects by Graham G. Giles, et. al. Journal of the National Cancer Institute Volume 72 Issue 6 June 1984
  • Non-Hodgkin.s Lymphoma among Phenoxy Herbicide-Exposed Farm Workers in Western Washington State by James S. Woods Chemosphere Volume 18 Issue 1-6 Publisher Pergamon 1989
  • Agricultural Herbicide Use and Risk of Lymphoma and Soft-Tissue Sarcoma by Shelia K. Hoar JAMA Volume 256 Issue 9 5 September 1986
  • Methodological Issues in Exposure Assessment for Case-Control Studies of Cancer Studies by Aaron Blair and Sheila Hoar Zahm American Journal of Industrial Medicine Volume 18 1990
  • Farming Occupations and Mortality from Non-Hodgkin.s Lymphoma in Utah by Mary Catherine Schumacher Journal of Occupational Medicine Volume 27 Issue 8 August 1985
  • Soft Tissue Sarcoma and Non-Hodgkin.s Lymphoma in Relation to Phenoxy Herbicide and Chlorophenol Exposure in Western Washington State, USA On Back side: Debdas Mukerjee, Development of Criteria for Polychlorinated Dibenzofuransby J. Woods, et. al.
  • Epidemiological Studies on Soft Tissue Sarcoma, Malignant Lymphoma, Nasal and Nasopharyngeal Cancer, and their Realtion to Phenoxy Acid or Chlorophenol by Lennart Hardell
  • Cancer Risk in a Cohort of Licensed Pesticide Users by Giovanni Corrao, et. al. Scand J Work Environ Health Volume 15 1989
  • Update on soft Tissue Sarcoma and Phenoxyherbicides in New Zealand by Alan H. Smith and Neil Pearce Chemosphere Volume 15 Issue 9-12 1986
  • A Cohort Mortality Study of Forestry Workers Exposed to Phenoxy Acid Herbicides by Lois Green British Journal of Industrial Medicine Volume 48 1991
  • Mortality Study of Canadian Male farm Operators: Non-Hodgkin.s Lymphoma Mortality and Agricultural Practices in Saskatchewan by Donald T. Wigle Journal of the National Cancer Institute Volume 82 Issue 7 1990
  • Incidence Rates of Lymphomas and Soft-Tissue Sarcomas and Environmental Measurements of Phenoxy Herbicides by Paolo Vineis, et al. Journal of the National Cancer Institute Volume 83 Issue 5 6 March 1991
  • Phenoxy herbicides and soft-tissue sarcomas in female rice weeders by Paolo Vineis, MD, et al. Scand J Work Environ Health Volume 13 1986
  • Suicide and exposure to phenoxy herbicides by Lois M. Green Scand J Work Environ Health Volume 13 1987
  • Non-Hodgkin.s Lymphoma and Farming: An Expanded Case-Control Study by Neil E. Pearce, et al. Int. J. Cancer Volume 39 1987
  • Thirty-four-year mortality follow-up of BASF employees exposed to 2,3,7,8-TCDD after the 1953 accident by Andreas Zober, et al. Occupational Environmental Health Springer Vertag 1990
  • Mortality Study of Persons Exposed to Dioxin in a Trichlorophenol-Process Accident That Occurred in the BASF AG on November 17, 1953 by A. M. Thiess, MD, et al. American Journal of Industrial Medicine Volume 3 Publisher Alan R. Liss, Inc. 1982
  • Medical and morbidity surveillance findings among employees potentially exposed to TCDD by G.G. Bond, et al. British Journal of Industrial Medicine Volume 40 1983
  • Update of Mortality among Chemical Workers with Potential Exposure to the Higher Chlorinated Dioxins by Gregory G. Bond, PhD, MPH, et al. Journal of Occupational Medicine Volume 31 Issue 2 American College of Occupational Medicine 1989
  • Dioxin Verdict Following 3-1/2 .Year Trial Is Voided by Associated Press New York Times 13 June 1991
  • A cohort mortality study of forestry workers exposed to phenoxy acid herbicides by Lois M. Green British Journal Of Industrial Medicine Volume 48 1991
  • Health Status of Workers With Past Exposure to 2,3,7,8- Tetrachlorodibenzo-p- dioxin in the Manufacture of 2,4,5- Trichlorophenoxyacetic Acid: Comparison of Findings With and Without Chloracne by Marion Moses, MD, et al American Journal of Industrial Medicine
  • Mortality of workers exposed to 2 methyl-4 chlorophenoxyacetic acid by David Coggon, PhD, MRCP, et al. Scand J Work Environ Health Volume 12 1986
  • The Development and Prognosis of Chronic Intoxication by Tetrachlordibenzo-p-dioxin in Men by Jana Pazderova-Vejlupkova, MD, et al. Archives of Environmental Health Volume 36 Issue 1 Jan/Feb 1981
  • Human Health Effects of 2,4,5-T and Its Toxic Contaminants by R. R. Suskind, MD & V. S. Hertzberg, PhD Journal of the American Medical Association Volume 251 Issue 18 Publisher Institute of Environmental Health 11 May 1984
  • Immunological abnormalities 17 years after accidental exposure to 2,3,7,8-tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin by A.M. Jennings, et al. British Journal of Industrial Medicine Volume 45 1988
  • Arthur O.S. Chiu, PhD, MD to Harold L. Klawans, MD by Arthur O.S. Chiu, PhD, MD, HHAG/ ORD/EPA 16 Jul 1991
  • Arthur O.S. Chiu, PhD, MD to Sergio Barbieri, MD by Arthur O.S. Chiu, PhD, MD, HHAG, ORD, EPA 9 Jul 1991
  • A follow-up study of cancer incidence among workers in manufacture of phenoxy herbicides in Denmark by E. Lynge Br. J. Cancer Volume 52 Publisher Macmillan Press Ltd. 1985
  • The Evaluation of Trends in Soft Tissue Sarcoma According to Diagnostic Criteria and Consumption of Phenoxy Herbicides by Elizabeth Lynge, et al. Cancer Volume 60 15 Oct 1987
  • Occupation and Risk of Hodgkin.s Disease in North-East Italy by Silvia Franceschi, et al. Int. J. Cancer Volume 48 Publisher Wiley-Liss, Inc. 1991
  • Mortality among pulp and paper workers in Berlin, New Hampshire by P. K. Henneberger, et al. British Journal Of Industrial Medicine Volume 46 1989
  • Porphyrins in Urine as an Indication of Exposure to Chlorinated Hydrocarbons by J. J. T. W. A. Strick Annals New York Academy of Sciences
  • Porphyrinurias and Occupational Disease by Manfred O. Doss Annals of New York Academy of Sciences Volume 514 1987
  • Polyhalogenated dibenzo-p-dioxins and dibenzofurans and the immune system. 1. Effects on peripheral lymphocyte subpopulations of a non-human primate (Callithrix jacchus) after treatment with 2,3,7,8-tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin (TCDD) by Reinhard Neubert, et al. Archives of Toxicology Volume 64 Springer-Verlag 1990
  • PCDDs and PCDFs in Human Adipose Tissue from the EPA FY82 NHATS Repository by John S. Stanley, et al. Chemosphere Volume 15 Issue 9-12 Publisher Pergamon Journals Ltd. 1986
  • 2,3,7,8-Tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin Levels in Adipose Tissue of Persons With No Known Exposure and in Exposed Persons by John S. Andrews, Jr., et al. Chemosphere Volume 18 Publisher Pergamon Press, Ltd. 1989
  • Changes in Thyroid Hormones and Thyroxine Glucuronidation in Hamsters Compared with Rats following Treatment with 2,3,7,8-Tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin by Ellen C. Henry & Thomas A. Gasiewicz Toxicology and Applied Pharmacology Volume 89 Publisher Academic Press 1987
  • Dose-Response and Time Course of Hypothyroxinemia and Hypoinsulinemia and Characterization of Insulin Hypersensitivity in 2,3,7,8-Tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin (TCDD)-Treated Rats by Joel R. Gorski & Karl Rozman Toxicology Volume 44 Publisher Elsevier Scientific Publishers, Ireland Ltd. 1987
  • Selective Pancreatic Toxicity of Palmitoylpentachlorophenol by G.A.S. Ansari, et al. Toxicology Volume 46 Elsevier Scientific Publishers, Ireland Ltd. 1987
  • The Association Between Cancer Mortality and Dioxin Exposure: A Comment on the Hazard of Repetition of Epidemiological Misinterpretation by Lennart Hardell, MD, PhD & Mikael Eriksson, MD American Journal of Industrial Medicine Volume 19 1991
  • Mortality among production workers in pulp and paper mills by Cynthia F. Robinson,PhD, et al. Scand J Work Environ Health Volume 12 1986
  • Mortality Among Pulp and Paper Workers by Samuel Milham, Jr., MD & Raymond Y. Demers, MD Journal of Occupational Medicine Volume 26 Issue 11 Nov 1984
  • Cancer incidence of workers in the Finnish pulp and paper industry by Paavo Jappinen, MD, et al. Scand J Work Environ Health Volume 13 1987
  • Clinical Laboratory Manifestations of Exposure to Dioxin in Children: A Six-Year Study of the Effects of an Environmental Disaster Near Seveso, Italy by Paolo Mocarelli, MD, PhD, et al. JAMA Volume 256 Issue 19 American Medical Association 21 Nov 1986
  • Relationship between clinical and electrophysiological findings and indicators of heavy exposure to 2,3,7,8-tetrachlorodibenzo-dioxin by Graziella Filippini, MD, et al. Scand J Work Environ Health Volume 7 1981
  • Health Effects of Halogenated Aromatic Hydrocarbons / Human Health Effects from Accidental Release of Tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin (TCDD) at Seveso, Italy by William J. Nicholson & John A. Moore, Editors / Francesco Pocchiari, et al. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences Volume 320 New York Academy of Sciences 1979
  • Central nervous system (CNS) tumors and occupational exposure to electric and magnetic fields (EMFs) / Increased incidence of Leukemias in Vicinity of Previous Industrial Waste Dump in NorthRhine-Westfalia, West Germany / DDT and pancreas cancer in a case control study of chemical workers / Cancer mortality in Paper Mill Workers by R. Jeffrey Lewis & Patricia Buffler / E. Greiser, et al. / D.H. Garabrant, et al. / S. Galson, et al. Meeting Abstracts 245-248 Society for Epidemiological Research Jun 1991
  • Hazard Evaluation and Technical Assistance Report by Robert A. Rinksy National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health Oct 1991
  • Immunological Consequences of Exposure to Pentachlorophenol by Peter R. McConnachie, PhD & Arthur C. Zahalsky, PhD Archives of Environmental Health Volume 46 Issue 4 Jul/Aug 1991
  • Results of a Two-Year Chronic Toxicity and Oncogenicity Study of 2,3,7,8-Tetrachlorodibenzo-p-Dioxin in Rats by R. J. Kociba, et al. Toxicology and Applied Pharmacology Volume 46 Academic Press, Inc. 1978
  • Toxic effects of 2,3,7,8 tetrachlorodibenzo 1,4 dioxin in laboratory workers by R. M. Oliver British Journal of Industrial Medicine Volume 32 Civil Service Department, Whitehall 1975
  • Re: .2,4-D, 2,4,5-T, and 2,3,7,8-TCDD: an Overview. / The Authors Reply by Gregory G. Bond, et al. / David E. Lilienfeld & Michael A. Gallo Am J.Epidemiol Volume 12 1991
  • Employment in pulp mills as a possible risk factor for soft tissue sarcoma: a case report by Mikael Eriksson & Lennart Hardell British Journal of Industrial Medicine Volume 48 1991
  • Aroclor 1254 as a 2,3,7,8-Tetrachlorodibenzo-p-Dioxin Antagonist in Mice by S. Safe, et al Chemosphere Volume 18 Issue 1-6 Pergamon Press, Plc. 1989
  • Ovarian Hormones Enhance 2,3,7,8-Tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin-mediated Increases in Cell Proliferation and Preneoplastic Foci in a Two-Stage Model for Rat Hepatocarcinogenis by Physiological implications of estrogen receptor modulation by 2,3,7,8-tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin by Thomas H. Umbreit & Michael A. Gallo Toxicology Letters Volume 42 Elsevier Science Publishers (Biomedical Division) 1988 George A. Lucier, et al. Cancer Research Volume 51 National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences 1 Mar 1991
  • Humans are a Sensitive Species to some of the Biochemical Effects of Structural Analogs of Dioxin / Flap Erupts Over Dioxin Meeting / A Press Release on Dioxin Sets the Record Wrong by George W. Lucier / Leslie Roberts / Marguerite Holloway Environmental Toxicology / Science News & Comment / Scientific American (Sci) Volume 251 National Institutes of Health (Sci) 22 Feb 92 / (SciAm) Apr 1991
  • Dose Response Relationships for Chronic Exposure to 2,3,7,8-Tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin (TCDD) in a Rat Tumor Promotion Model: 2. Quantification and Immunolocalization of Cytochromes P450c (1A1) and P450d (1A2) in the Liver; 1. Relationships of TCDD Tissue Concentrations to Serum Clinical Chemistry, Cell Proliferation, and Preneoplastic Foci by A. Tritscher, et al. / G. Clark, et al. National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences
  • Coproporphyrinuria and Chronic Hepatic Porphyria Type A Found in People from Seveso (Italy) Exposed to 2,3,7,8-Tetrachlorodibenzo-p-Dioxin (TCDD) by A.H.J. Centen, et al. Chemical Porphyria in Man 1979
  • Relationship between clinical and electrophysiological findings and indicators of heavy exposure to 2,3,7,8-tetrachlorodibenzo-dioxin by Graziella Filippini, MD, et al. Scand J Work Environ Health Volume 7 1981
  • Ten-Year Mortality Study of the Population Involved in the Seveso Incident in 1976 by Pier Alberto Bertazzi, et al. American Journal of Epidemiology Volume 129 Issue 6 Johns Hopkins University School of Hygiene and Public Health 1989
  • Chloracne Following Environmental Contamination by TCDD in Seveso, Italy by F. Caramaschi, et al. International Journal of Epidemiology Volume 10 Issue 2 Oxford University Press 1981
  • Soft Tissue Sarcomas in Seveso by Riccardo Puntoni, et al. The Lancet 30 Aug 1986
  • US Dept. of Health and Human Services / Public Health Service Preliminary Report: 2,3,7,8-Tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin Exposure to Humans -.Seveso, Italy MMWR by Riccardo Puntoni, et al. Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report Volume 37 Issue 48 Centers for Disease Control 9 Dec 1988
  • Serum Concentrations of 2,3,7,8-Tetrachlorodibenzo-p-Dioxin and Test Results from Selected Residents of Seveso, Italy by Paolo Mocarelli, et al. Journal of Toxicology And Environmental Health Volume 32 1991
  • Accidental Release of 2,3,7,8-Tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin at Seveso, Italy: II. TCDD Distribution in the Soil Surface Layer by Alessandro di Domenico, et al. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety Volume 4 Academic Press, Inc. 1980
  • The Seveso Episode: The Validity of Epidemiological Inquiries in Relation with the Definition of Population at Risk by Franco Merlo, et al. Chemosphere Volume 15 Issue 9-12 Pergamon Journals Ltd. 1986
  • The Seveso Accident by G. Umberto Fortunati Chemosphere Volume 14 Issue 6/7 Pergamon Press Ltd. 1985
  • Accidental Release of 2,3,7,8-Tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin at Seveso, Italy: III. Monitoring of Residual TCDD Levels in Reclaimed Buildings by Alessandro di Domenico, et al. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety Volume 4 Academic Press, Inc. 1980
  • Reproductive Effects of Herbicide Exposure in Vietnam: Recent Studies by the Vietnamese and Others by John D. Constable and Maureen C. Hatch Teratogenesis, Carcinogenesis and Mutagenesis by Volume 5 Alan R. Liss, Inc. 1985
  • A Comparison of Infant Mortality Rates between Two Vietnamese Villages Sprayed by Defoliants in Wartime and One Unsprayed Village by Le Cao Dai, et al Chemosphere Volume 20 Issue 7-9 Pergamon Press, plc. 1990
  • An Estimate of Differences Among Women Giving Birth to Deformed Babies and Among Those with Hydatidiform Mole Seen at the OB-GYN Hospital of Ho Chi Minh City in the South of Vietnam by Nguyen Thi Ngoc Phuong, et al. Chemosphere Volume 18 Issue 1-6 Pergamon Press, plc. 1989
  • An Estimate of the Incidence of Birth Defects, Hydatidiform Mole and Fetal Death In Utero Between 1952 and 1985 at the Obstetrical and Gynecological Hospital of Ho Chi Minh City, Republic of Vietnam by Li Diem Huong, et al. Chemosphere Volume 18 Issue 1-6 Pergamon Press, plc. 1989
  • Nam vets show high cancer rates by Associated Press 8 Oct 1990
  • An Estimate of Reproductive Abnormalities in Women Inhabiting Herbicide Sprayed and Non-Herbicide Sprayed Areas in the South of Vietnam, 1952-1981 by Nguyen Thi Ngoc Phuong, et al. Chemosphere Volume 18 Issue 1-6 Pergamon Press plc. 1989
  • Excess of Seminomas Observed in Vietnam Service US Military Working Dogs by Howard M. Hayes, et al. Journal of the National Cancer Institute Volume 82 Issue 12 20 Jun 1990
  • Tamoxifin With or Without Chemotherapy / Excess of Seminomas Observed in Vietnam Service US Military Working Dogs by Howard M. Hayes, et al. Journal of the National Cancer Institute Volume 82 Issue 12 20 Jun 1990
  • Reproductive behavior and consistent patterns of abnormality in offspring of Vietnam veterans by Barbara Field and Charles Kerr Journal of Medical Genetics Volume 25 1988
  • Evaluation of Chromosomal Damage in Males Exposed to Agent Orange and Their Families by Celia I. Kaye, et al. Journal of Craniofacial Genetics and Developmental Biology Supplement Alan R. Liss, Inc. 1985
  • Infertility in Patients With Testicular Cancer: Testis, Tumor, or Treatment? by Richard L. Schilsky Journal of the National Cancer Institute Volume 81 Issue 16 16 Aug 1989
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6160000000, Admiral Elmo R. Zumwalt, Jr. Collection: Agent Orange Studies II, The Vietnam Center and Archive, Texas Tech University

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