All public and private sector medical organizations, health entities, physicians, including but not limited to social services, nurses, licensed caretakers, psychologists, psychiatrists, be mandated to have an area on their patient forms and related documents that begins the tracking of the remaining veterans, their children and affected offspring, so that there is accurate and updated data of any illnesses, symptoms and trends in diagnosis for improved benefits filed through the Veterans Administration and more appropriate healthcare relating to Agent Orange, PTSD and related illnesses.
This would include intake forms to require knowledge of Vietnam Veteran status and what is your relation to a Vietnam Veteran.
With this information:
More efficient records of Veterans, Children and affected offspring with detailed health data to present to healthcare organizations and appropriate government departments.
Better and improved healthcare, benefits and diseases are diagnosed and appropriately filed for with the Veterans Administration, therefore being covered by all agencies and medical facilities, i.e. Veterans Administration, private physicians.
This data will document that not all female offspring and male offspring are ill because of the same sex veteran parent and allow for the data to prove ill offspring in relation to the Vietnam Veteran Parent regardless of sex and due to the DNA changes in Agent Orange.
Currently, the United States Department of Veterans Affairs and THE NATIONAL ACADEMIES PRESS Veterans and Agent Orange: Update 11 (2018) are only recognizing birth defects due to exposure to herbicides in male veteran to male offspring and female veteran to female offspring, therefore the public opinion need to be voiced and advocacy for much more testing as many more generations are and may be affected.
This information will be presented to the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs in Washington, D.C., Department of Health and Human Services, United States Environmental Protection Agency, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Veterans of Foreign Wars, AMVETS, Rolling Thunder, the American Legion and Birth Defect Research for Children.