NEWSER: New Gulf War Syndrome Discovery Is ‘Huge’

The study’s lead author said, “We’re able to say, ‘There is something here. ‘Take these veterans seriously when they come in.'”

Scientists have been able to prove that Gulf War Syndrome is actually tied to brain damage, and is therefore more than just a psychological condition. Researchers at Georgetown, using fMRI scans, were able to pinpoint abnormalities in the bundles of nerve fibers that process pain in 31 Gulf War vets.

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  1. PursuitAce says:

    “…Gulf War Syndrome is more than just a psychological condition.” No kidding. It only took twenty some years to believe the most believable group of people in our society. What does this say about the greatest medical system in the world?

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