VA and others have developed the following materials about Project 112/Project SHAD.
At VA's request, the Department of Defense (DoD) developed fact sheets for each test, which include information on the test dates, location, agent/stimulant used and whether DoD has provided VA the roster of personnel involved.
The Veterans Health Initiative on Chemical, Biological and Radiological Weapons is an independent study guide that gives clinicians an introduction to issues facing Veteran patients who may have been exposed to chemical, biological and radiological agents weapons. It includes information on Project 112/Project SHAD.
At VA’s request, the Institute of Medicine (IOM) of the National Academy of Sciences, conducted a study on potential health effects of participation in Project SHAD. Read the 2007 report, Long-Term Health Effects of Participation in Project SHAD. The results of a follow-up IOM study should be available in summer 2014.
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Last updated December 31, 2013