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“The results of our study clearly confirm that Gulf War veterans continue to suffer from cognitive problems affecting their memory, attention and executive functioning as a result of their toxic wounds from the war,” says study lead and corresponding author Kimberly Sullivan, research associate professor of environmental health sciences.
The article also highlights ongoing recruitment efforts for the BBRAIN study as well as two new treatment studies. These treatment studies aim to alleviate symptoms related to Gulf War Illness.