Acute myleoid lukemia

My father died in 1997 of acute myeloid lukemia which could of been a direct
affect of the spray of agent orange duiring his service during the Vietnam
war. My life has never been the same since his death I can't help but feel
the responsibility of his death has laid in the direct contact of agent
orange during his service.

I am now 35 and have proceeded to fulfill his
desire to complete college and am now a reseacher of 9 years, but cannot let go
of how different my life would have been if he were still alive. I feel like
I cannot rest until I am aware of the truth of his death. My father was a
healthy young man and I feel like I was robbed of a life that could of been
he was diagnosed one day and died within a week I just want answers.

Stacy

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