U.S. Gulf War Veterans: service periods in theater, differential exposures, and persistent unexplained illness. Portland Environmental Hazards Research Centre.

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Approximately 80,000 of the 697,000 American men and women who were stationed in SW Asia during the Gulf War (GW) report unexplained illness consisting of symptoms of persistent fatigue, cognitive difficulties, such as mild memory loss, diffuse muscle and joint pain, gastrointestinal symptoms, skin lesions, and respiratory problems, among others… (More)

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@article{Spencer1998USGW, title={U.S. Gulf War Veterans: service periods in theater, differential exposures, and persistent unexplained illness. Portland Environmental Hazards Research Centre.}, author={Peter B. S. Spencer and Linda A. R. McCauley and Sandra K Joos and Michael R. Lasarev and Tina Schuell and Dennis N. Bourdette and Andr{\'e} Barkhuizen and W Cory Johnston and Daniel M Storzbach and Margaret Wynn and R Grewenow}, journal={Toxicology letters}, year={1998}, volume={102-103}, pages={515-21} }