Thursday, March 11, 2010

Brain Scans Depict Gulf War Syndrome Damage

We owe it to our veterans to recognize and find a cure for this debilitating condition.

Nearly two decades after vets began returning from the Middle East complaining of Gulf War Syndrome, the federal government has yet to formally accept that their vague jumble of symptoms constitutes a legitimate illness. Here, at the Society of Toxicology annual meeting, yesterday, researchers rolled out a host of brain images — various types of magnetic-resonance scans and brain-wave measurements — that they say graphically and unambiguously depict Gulf War Syndrome Read article here.

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