Chris Van Ryzin Uses Past Experiences to Assist Veterans with Medical Issues

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High school sweethearts Wade and Chris Van Ryzin have been together through thick and thin. When Wade came back home after serving overseas during the Vietnam War, he had several health and mental issues that followed.

Chris believes Wade should’ve been treated differently than other patients due to the things he was exposed to, including Agent Orange. Local 5’s Nate Stewart explains how Chris is trying to help other veterans like her husband, get the proper treatment they deserve.

To request a free copy of Chris’ informational booklet on toxins and environmental exposures that all veterans may have been in contact with, email veterantoxinscvr@gmail.com 

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