For those of yo…


For those of you who have not seen the book entitled “Gulf War and Health” which is the result of a study ordered by the government done by the National Academies Press, Please visit this link: http://www.nap.edu/catalog.php?record_id=12835

The book “Gulf War and Health” states many examples of how to claim medical evidence of what you are experiencing and should be considered a vital part of proving your case. Let me just quote some of it to you:

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Illnesses in Gulf War Veterans

Almost a decade after the Gulf War, questions persist about illnesses reported by veterans. A significant number of veterans report having fatigue, skin rash, headache, muscle and joint pain, and loss of memory (Joseph, 1997; Murphy et al., 1999). An increased prevalence of these symptoms has been borne out by large controlled studies of deployed compared to nondeployed military personnel1 from three countries—the United States, the United Kingdom, and Canada. That so many Gulf War veterans have unexplained2 symptoms has prompted concerns about their exposure to potentially hazardous agents during the Gulf War. The U.S. government has made a substantial investment in health research to understand veterans’ illnesses, search for their cause(s), and find effective treatments (CDC, 1999; Research Working Group, 1999).

This chapter describes the research that has addressed three fundamental questions about illnesses in Gulf War veterans:3 (1) what is the nature and prevalence of veterans’ symptoms and illnesses; (2) do their unexplained sym-

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Many studies have compared the health of military personnel deployed to the Gulf War with military personnel who were not deployed to the Gulf War but served during the same period (Gulf War era). Some studies have a comparison cohort of military personnel who served in another deployment (e.g., Bosnia).

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The terms “unexplained symptoms” or “unexplained illnesses” means that health complaints cannot be accounted for, or explained by, current medical diagnoses.

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This chapter employs the term “Gulf War veterans” in the broadest sense. Unless otherwise specified, the term denotes all military personnel who served in the Gulf War theater between August 2, 1990, and June 13, 1991, regardless of whether they later continued on active duty, returned to the reserves or National Guard, or left military service.”

This is just a page in a study on many factors of the disease. There are also many other valuable resources on this website to check out. I recommend you check it out and there are also two books by the author John D. Roche on amazon.com worth checking out about how to fight your appeal and claims.

Good luck my friends! Don’t ever give up.

 

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    1. thanks I really appreciate comments and I write what I feel and from the heart. I just feel that there are too many people who are afraid to say what needs to be said. Some may not agree with me, but I don’t really care because I have no idea how much longer I will be around. I am fighting my conditions, but every night I go to bed I pray to god to let me wake up the next day because I sleep with a mask. I get scared to go to sleep. I have high BP and other things that are very life-threatening and I type through voice recognition because my hands don’t work so good because of RA and carpal tunnel. Cheers to you! Come back soon!

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