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Gulf War

Researchers Testing Light Therapy for Gulf War Illness

Gulf War Illness
Researchers at the VA Boston Healthcare System are currently testing the effects of light therapy on brain function in veterans with Gulf War Illness. The current study is following up on promising results from a pilot study in which veteran participants reported fewer symptoms...
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The Lies still Killing Gulf War Vets

Chemical Weapons
“Every effort was made for years to hide the truth and deny the medical research needed to fully treat the U.S. troops suffering from Gulf War Syndrome.” – Former U.S. Senator Don Riegle, 2014 During and immediately after the first gulf War, more than 200,000 of 700,000 U.S....
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Study links genetics, anti nerve-agent pills to Gulf War illness

Pyridostigmine Bromide (PB)
A small research study at Baylor University has identified a genetic difference between veterans who developed symptoms of Gulf War illness after deploying to that 1990-91 conflict and those who deployed but didn’t get sick. The finding — touted as the first “direct...
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BDRC ‘Children Center’ PETITION

CLICK HERE TO SIGN THIS PETITION: Support Care and Medical Treatment for the Children of Vietnam Veterans Our children and grandchildren are sick and suffering and they desperately need specialized medical care related to Agent Orange Exposure. Now is the time to TAKE ACTION!! ...
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REGISTER NOW: IMPORTANT MESSAGE TO CHILDREN OF VIETNAM VETERANS

Vietnam Veterans of America Agent Orange/Dioxin Committee is asking the children of Vietnam veterans exposed to Agent Orange; adult children (we recommend you register your children also) who are ill and/or have birth defects, learning disabilities and/or mental health issues; to...
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Anthrax Vaccine: Retired Marine sergeant major seeks answers for illness

“There are a lot of people just like me who are sick,” Hines said. “We’re broken, and we want to know how to get ourselves fixed. We want answers. But we haven’t gotten any.” In the four years since, the 46-year-old Lithia resident’s...
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Medical association considers changes in Gulf War study

The Department of Veterans Affairs commissioned the Institute of Medicine to conduct the review, and the committee’s report is expected to help lay the foundation for future treatments and benefits for thousands of Gulf War veterans. The VA previously determined...
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VA Waitlist Scandals: These boots were made for waiting

War is expensive to wage, and it takes a lot of money to heal physical and psychological wounds. Unwilling to face up to the true costs of modern warfare, the government has systematically tried to weasel out of covering the full costs of care for injured and ill veterans for...
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Research Says Coenzyme Can Help With Gulf War Illness

About one-third of the 700,000 U.S. troops who fought in the first The UC San Diego study, published in the latest issue of Neural Computation, tested whether the supplement coenzyme Q10 could offer some relief. The randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled study, which took...
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Vietnam Veterans And Families Invited To Agent Orange Town Hall Nov. 20

All Vietnam veterans and their families are invited to a town hall forum to discuss possible health problems related to exposure to Agent Orange during the Vietnam War on Thursday, Nov. 20, in the Gateway Building of Westchester Community College, 75 Grasslands Road, Valhalla....
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