Health and exposures of United Kingdom Gulf war veterans. Part II: The relation of health to exposure.

@article{Cherry2001HealthAE,
  title={Health and exposures of United Kingdom Gulf war veterans. Part II: The relation of health to exposure.},
  author={Nicola Cherry and Francis Creed and Alan J Silman and Gillian Dunn and David Baxter and Julia dkk Smedley and Sl Taylor and Gary John Macfarlane},
  journal={Occupational and environmental medicine},
  year={2001},
  volume={58 5},
  pages={
          299-306
        }
}
OBJECTIVES To investigate whether, in personnel who served with the United Kingdom forces in the Gulf war, self reported exposures were related to symptoms in a way that was consistent, specific, and credible. METHODS Responses to symptom and exposure questionnaires, completed 7 or more years after the war, were collected from 7971 subjects deployed in the Gulf, from two exposed cohorts, in a study with an overall response rate of 85.5%. Exposures were considered in three groups, those… CONTINUE READING

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