The 1991 Persian Gulf War was considered a brief and successful military operation with few injuries and deaths. A large number of returning veterans, however, soon began reporting health problems that they believed to be associated with their service in the gulf. Under a Congressional mandate, the Institute of Medicine (IOM) is reviewing a wide array of biologic, chemical, and physical agents to determine if exposure to these agents may be responsible for the veterans' health problems.In a 2000 report, Gulf War and Health, ...

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Gulf War and Health: Updated Literature Review of Depleted Uranium 2014, National Academies Press

ISBN-13: 9780309119207

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