Multiple chemical sensitivity and chronic fatigue syndrome in British Gulf War veterans.

@article{Reid2001MultipleCS,
  title={Multiple chemical sensitivity and chronic fatigue syndrome in British Gulf War veterans.},
  author={Steven Reid and Matthew Hotopf and Lisa Hull and Khalida Ismail and Catherine Unwin and Simon Wessely},
  journal={American journal of epidemiology},
  year={2001},
  volume={153 6},
  pages={
          604-9
        }
}
The objective of this study was to measure the prevalence of multiple chemical sensitivity (MCS) and chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) in British Gulf War veterans and to investigate their association with reported exposures and psychologic morbidity. In 1997--1998, the authors undertook a cross-sectional survey of three cohorts of British military personnel comprising Gulf veterans (n = 3,531), those who had served in Bosnia (n = 2,050), and those serving during the Gulf War but not deployed… CONTINUE READING
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