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May 26th 2010:Lesli Moore Dahlke - The Tragic and Heroic Story of Lesli Dahlke's Life after Vietnam - "A Loss of Innocence"

Lesli Moore Dahlke joins David Gibbons to talk to her life and trauma, following service in Vietnam for a short while in 1970 with the United States Entertainment Unit. Since then her life has been turned upside down, when in 1990 the onset of a rare cancer retroperitoneal liposarcoma was discovered. Attributed directly to the effects of Agent Orange, a chemical used by US Forces during the Vietnam conflict, no acknowledgment or compensation has ever been offered or provided. The program explores her life and love for this existence, with collaboration of the Agent Orange connection by hematol

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Lesli Moore Dahlke

In 1970 Lesli Moore Dahlke traveled to Vietnam as an 18-year old civilian girl, sponsored by the US Army at Christmas time to provide morale and friendly support to the young soldiers who were so far away during the Holidays. At the end of the Christmas tour, she returned home with many photos, memories, and stories for a lifetime, and resumed my normal life. In June of 1990, she heard the heart stopping words …”you have cancer”. She was subsequently diagnosed with a soft tissue sarcoma — a large abdominal retroperitoneal liposarcoma. On the day of diagnosis, the life she knew abruptly ended. Lesli Moore Dahlke was 38. She has had cancer or been actively involved in its related treatments, f
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