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Diagnosis and Treatment of Gulf War Veterans’ Illnesses
For clinical providers caring for Gulf War Veteran patients
- VA presumes that certain diseases can be related to a Veteran’s qualifying military service for benefit purposes.
- Exposure Assessment
Guide to assessing exposures and creating a care plan
- Malaria Pocket Guide (430 KB, PDF)
Presumed to be related to service in Gulf War, Iraq and Afghanistan
- Mild Traumatic Brain Injury – Concussion Pocket Guide (425 KB, PDF)
Often caused by explosions among Veterans who served in Iraq and Afghanistan. More from the Defense and Veterans Brain Injury Center »
- Caring for Gulf War I Veterans (Veterans Health Initiative)
Study guide with overview of the Gulf War, VA and Department of Defense health programs, plus common symptoms and diagnoses
- Institute of Medicine (IOM) Reports
Reviews of research on health effects of Gulf War service, and VA responses to the reports. IOM released Gulf War and Health: Treatment for Chronic Multisymptom Illness in January 2013.
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