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A Guide To Gulf War Veterans Health

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This one makes me sick. 125 pgs of no common GWI and they actually have a chapter on how get veterans to believe that something other than service caused their illness/injury. No shit. Enjoy.

http://www1.va.gov/vhi/docs/gulfwar_www.pdf

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timetowin - yhe did not work -hopefully returning vets will get better advice than that provided by VA...

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It's a secure site, so needs https://

This should work,

https://www1.va.gov/vhi/docs/gulfwar.pdf

I used it to DL a copy, then it quit working. VA obviously doesn't want us seeing the stuff. That's why most of it is now being posted on the Intranet, where you need a VA Account/Password to access data that was freely available.

I'll post the .pdf, when I get back from PT.

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All I know is befire I went to the Gulf I had 3 health children after I went to the gulf my wife had one miscarraiage and one child born premature with RSV and asthma.

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Try this page. It links to the GW course along with courses for PTSD, Traumatic Brain Injury, Agent Orange and a few more. The Traumatic Brain Injury information was very good but the GWI was bunk. I haven't checked out any of the others yet.

Veterans Health Initiative

I have it downloaded to my computer but it is to big to add as an attachment here. If this link doesn't work I can E-mail it.

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