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When her American husband, Greg Davis, succumbed to liver cancer in May 2003 at the age of 54, Masako Sakata was seized with suspicion his death was caused by Agent Orange, which he had been exposed to in Vietnam during his three years of military service through 1970.

Five months later, Sakata was in Maine to attend a two-week videography course, with the secret aim of shooting a documentary film on the toxic chemical.

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