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December 13, 2004


Gulf War Syndrome: a stacked panel?

A recent report from a Research Advisory Committee on Gulf War Illness, in contrast to many earlier governmental reports, gives credence to the idea that veterans are suffering a distinctive illness caused by environmental exposures during the first Gulf War. But Michael Fumento, scourge of GWS illness theories, isn't impressed (via MedPundit).

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