Scientists offer compelling images of Gulf War illness

What’s emerged is evidence to suggest “that there are three major syndromes responsible for Gulf War Illness,” he says. They appear loosely linked to at least three different types of agents to which many troops were exposed: sarin nerve gas, a nerve gas antidote (pyridostigmine bromide) that presented its own risks and military-grade pesticides to prevent illness from sand flies and other noxious pests. But Briggs acknowledges that no one knows for ... Full Story »

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by Dwight Rousu - Apr. 27, 2010

Informative and mostly understandable, the science is finally catching up with what poisons the veterans faced in the killing fields.

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