Gulf War Syndrome is a chronic condition affecting those who served in the military while assigned to Southwest Asia. This service includes the Gulf War (1990-1991), Operation Iraqi Freedom (2003-2010) and Operation New Dawn (2010-2011). Symptoms of Gulf War Syndrome can include a wide range of medical issues — fatigue, memory problems, pain, rashes, and even tumors, to name just a few examples. Many.
From 2003 to 2007 the VA enrolled Veterans with ALS in a National Registry. The registry collected data, including DNA, to be used for a number of studies on ALS. This registry was a result of the VA-DOD study that compared case rates of ALS in Gulf War veterans with non-deployed veterans and found a statistically significant increased risk for developing ALS. The Gulf.
A new study released by the University Of Texas finds that veterans, who suffer from Gulf War Illness, may also suffer from memory problems. Gulf War Illness is the name given to the syndrome that originated after the Persian Gulf War. The syndrome is linked to exposure to a number of chemicals, including sarin nerve gas. It is estimated that.