Post deployment illness Gulf War

The ground war lasted four days and resulted in 147 battlefield deaths, but almost 199,000 of the 698,000 people who were deployed have since qualified for some degree of service-related disability. Of those, 13,317 people are disabled by "undiagnosed conditions"; Medically Unexplained Symptoms; Medically Unexplained Physical Symptoms (MUPS) or Unexplained Symptoms

Monday, June 22, 2009

VA turns it back

Over a decade Persian er the VA has closed the "persian gulf registry".
This blocks the VA hospitals from recording the exposures that
Desert Storm vets had contact with.

It ending the "phase II/III exams, of the ("persian gulf registry")
children now suffer with.

The VA Environmental Agents Office has been blocking and or stall
the "GWVIS DATA" reports which would show the many chronic
multisymthoms the few vets who have fought the system,
have been rated/diagnosed with.

The VA Environmental Agents Office has been blocking and or stall
the production and distribution of the "Gulf War Review".
A newslettler which would keep GW in communication with current
health research, treatment options and legislative changes.

Out of touch and in the dark. We have lost Gulf War Referral clinics,
"persian gulf registry;
"GWVIS DATA" reports ;
"Gulf War Review".
VA-Advisory Committee on Gulf War Veterans ends this Septemeber.
VA- Research Advisory Committee on gulf War Illness will cease by
end of this year too.

Please speak out for those disabled vets who have died prematurely
and poor quality (health) life. We are not disposible GI.
Please write the VA Secretary and Congressional representives.


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