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Visit 'Lesli Moore Dahlke YouTube Channel' for Inspired Insight into Agent Orange and VietnamSalem-News.com
New video channel offers very real, raw, vulnerable dialog of surviving cancer and Agent Orange.
(LOS ANGELES) - Now on YouTube, an opportunity to learn about one of the victims of Agent Orange who has remained out of the spotlight; which is ironic because her cancer stems from her role in the USO during the Vietnam War.
Lesli Moore Dahlke is part of the civilian population who lived and worked in this exotic nation in SE Asia while the U.S. was up to its elbows fighting what would turn out to be an unwinnable military conflict with far more losers than winners.
Lesli Moore Dahlke's new YouTube channel launched just two days ago --- and the Collateral Damage "short" from Lesli's Documentary is up, as of yesterday.
A Salem-News.com writer, Lesli has been fighting a long battle since she initially developed cancer. It traces to her time working with the USO on a tour of Vietnam during a very hard period in this war. She and other USO girls were taken to bases all over the country.
This is a fantastic presentation for those who suffer from the dioxin associated with this chemical defoliant that was sprayed over Vietnam's jungles during the long-running U.S. war there that officially spanned from November 1964 to the final pullout from Saigon in 1975.
Also now live on YouTube is: "Lesli Moore Dahlke YouTube Channel" with another 6 Video Diaries. They are very real, raw, vulnerable and tell the story.
Here is the direct Link to the Collateral Damage Doc......http://bit.ly/USFNLJ
Lesli's Channel on YouTube can be found at: http://www.youtube.com/my_
Lesli actually has THREE cancers from Agent Orange, and she is struggling with two right now. A rare form of Leukemia as well as Lymphoma ---- her personal health care costs are astronomical every month. Lesli has no financial help and is unable to work. With regard to the latest chapter in her life, Lesli wrote:
"All of my claims with the government have been denied -- I have no further recourse. So as you can understand, I am looking for help. Maybe someone will see who wants to help. They can view my website at www.alossofinnocence.com
Visit this page for a number of stories by and about Lesli on Salem-News.com
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