VA has developed newsletters, reports, and other materials for Veterans, the public and health care providers on the following topics:
The Environmental Health Registry Programs brochure (495 KB, PDF) provides an overview of five VA health registry programs that track the health of Veterans exposed to environmental hazards during military service: Ionizing Radiation, Agent Orange, Gulf War, Depleted Uranium, and Toxic Embedded Fragments.
Read newsletters, reports, and more on Agent Orange and other herbicides used during the Vietnam conflict.
Newsletter: Agent Orange Review Winter 2012
Read newsletters, reports, and more on Gulf War Veterans' illnesses.
Newsletter: Gulf War Update March 2014
Read newsletters and clinical guides on hazardous exposures during Operation Enduring Freedom/Operation Iraqi Freedom (OEF/OIF).
Newsletter: OEF/OIF Review December 2010 (355 KB, PDF)
Read newsletters, brochures and a clinical education guide on radiation, related VA benefits, and more.
Newsletter: Ionizing Radiation Review March 2012
View Project 112/Project SHAD materials, including fact sheets and a clinical education guide.
View fact sheets on depleted uranium, its health effects, and the Depleted Uranium Follow-Up Program.
These guides help health care providers care for Veterans with exposure concerns, malaria, and mild traumatic brain injury.
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