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Professor Receives $960K Grant to Study Reproductive and Child Health Outcomes of Gulf War Veterans

October 19th, 2022in BU News, News


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Bradenton Veteran Attends Signing of the PACT Act

August 22nd, 2022in News

On August 10, 2022, President Biden signed S. 3373, the Sergeant First Class Heath Robinson Honoring our Promises to Address Comprehensive Toxics (PACT) Act of 2022 into law.

Veteran advocate and national chair/director of Veterans for Common Sense, Anthony Hardie, was in Washington for the signing of the PACT Act. He describes this legislation as “a very encouraging step forward and has a lot of provisions that are overdue. It’s a promise finally delivered.”

Read more about Hardie's experience in his hometown paper, the Bradenton Herald.

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New Study Shows Widespread Brain Inflammation in Veterans with Gulf War Syndrome

February 17th, 2020in News

Marco Loggia, director of the Pain and Neuroinflammation Imaging Lab, and his research team at Massachusetts General Hospital have been working to validate the complaints of those living with Gulf War Illness. The Boston Herald reports on their groundbreaking work and the findings of their recent research, In-vivo imaging of neuroinflammation in veterans with Gulf War illness.


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Dr. Kimberly Sullivan Receives 2019 Soaring Eagle Award

November 26th, 2019in BU News, News

The Soaring Eagle Award is presented annually by The Center for Military Health recognizing significant contributions to the health of our nation's Veterans and active military. The Strategic Advisory Board of The Center for Military Health selected Dr. Sullivan as 2019's Soaring Eagle recipient for her decades of commitment to Gulf War Illness research.

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