DESCRIPTION - Sites that deal specifically with health-related issues faced by veterans and other military personnel, caused by their involvement in the Gulf War.
Provides a treatment approach for fighting these ailments. Includes list of recommended reading and discussion of finding the root cause.
Stated goal is to provide information and obtain treatment for service members and families.
Offers a questionnaire for current and former service members who feel they may be affected, due to their participation in the arena of operations.
Transcript of a speech given by a former Air Force Reserve officer, concerning biological warfare.
594 selected citations from 1971-1994. From National Library of Medicine.
Discusses possible causes for the disease, how to detect it, and possible treatments.
For affected service member discussion.
Offers live chat sessions, discussion groups, and mailing lists. The site also publishes a self-help guide for affected personnel.
Archives of news articles. First time users must set a password to view content.
Official government site, that provides declassified documents with potential relevance for affected personnel.
Epidemiological study from Office of the Special Assistant for Gulf War Illnesses, published in the journal Clinical Infectious Diseases.
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