Published in Pain and Central Nervous System Week, November 18th, 2002
While psychological and physical ailments have been found in higher rates among military personnel deployed to the Gulf War arena, there is no difference between veterans who were exposed to low levels of chemical weapons and those not exposed, said Linda A. McCauley, PhD, of Oregon Health and Science University.
"Our findings suggest that veterans who were possibly exposed to very low levels of chemical warfare agents do not differ from other...
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