Published in Cancer Weekly, December 30th, 2003
The first study compared the health of members of the U.K. armed forces who served in the 1991 Gulf war with non-deployed military personnel over a 4-year period. Gulf War veterans experienced a modest reduction in fatigue and psychological distress, but a slight worsening of physical functioning.
Gulf War veterans continue to experience symptoms that are considerably worse than other military personnel, said the authors, writing in...
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