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He choked on his words as he described the helplessness and desperation. There was nothing he could do to help. His newborn son, born with unexplainable birth defects was fighting for his life, and the doctors could not explain the cause. Both of Wayne Hayden‘s sons—born of parents with historically good health—would come into this world with unexplainable birth defects. Unfortunately, this is common for some of our military veterans.