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Gulf War Syndrome: depleted uranium ruled out

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This year marks the 30th anniversary of the 1991 Gulf War.

A United Nations coalition of about 700,000 troops led by the United States liberated Kuwait from Iraqi occupation in the first half of 1991. But after the war ended, around 25% of those who served developed Gulf War Illness – also referred to as Gulf War Syndrome – a chronic condition whose cause remains unproven and debated.

Symptoms include fatigue, night sweats, memory and concentration problems, diarrhoea, sexual dysfunction and chronic body pain.

Full article at Yahoo news: Link

"Resolving whether inhalation of depleted uranium contributed to Gulf War Illness using high-sensitivity mass spectrometry"

Nature dot com

Edited by Eldorado

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NAPS...Nerve Agent Pre-Treatment Set (Pills) has been implicated but I believe they may have been ruled out.

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