Many Veterans of the Gulf War suffered numerous injuries, illnesses, and disabilities. Additionally, many Veterans emerged with a cluster of strange, apparently disconnected symptoms that defied traditional diagnosis. So-called Gulf War syndrome has become anRead Full Article
On August 2, 1990, Saddam Hussein’s Iraqi army invaded the nation-state of Kuwait. This set off a chain reaction, which led to President George Bush, Sr. sending over 500,000 American troops to Southwest Asia andRead Full Article
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) is commonly seen in Gulf War Veterans, but it is certainly not limited to this group. Unfortunately, it is one of the most difficult disabilities to diagnose and prove, making itRead Full Article
The Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims denies veterans who served in Afghanistan the VA compensation benefits available to those who served in Iraq. In Cox v. McDonald (decided November 7, 2016), the Court affirmedRead Full Article
https://youtu.be/CO_WnBeMHaw Gulf War Syndrome Is One Of The Most Common Disabilities Suffered By Gulf War Veterans Gulf War Syndrome, also known as Gulf War Illness, is an illness that is generally characterized by fatigue, chronicRead Full Article
A pharmacology professor from the University of Illinois College of Medicine has begun a study to determine whether a combination of medicines could help veterans suffering from Gulf War Syndrome. Essentially, the disorder is a combinationRead Full Article
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