Latest - Chemical Weapons Fallout from Bombing in the 1991 Persian Gulf War
Wednesday, December 26, 2012 (16:52:55)

Posted by westerling

Epidemiological Evidence of Health Effects from Long-Distance Transit of Chemical Weapons Fallout from Bombing Early in the 1991 Persian Gulf War.

During or immediately after the 1991 Persian Gulf War, a large proportion (perhaps 25%) of the approximately 700,000 deployed US military personnel developed an unusual illness manifested by fatigue, fever and night sweats, memory and concentration problems, pathogen-free diarrhea, sexual dysfunction, chronic body pain and other symptoms compatible with autonomic nervous system dysfunction and damage to the brain’s cholinergic system referred to as Gulf War illness.

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