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ACCIDENTS & INJURIES
BONE, JOINT & MUSCLE
BRAIN & NERVOUS
CANCER
CARDIOVASCULAR
CHEMICAL WARFARE
DIGESTIVE HEALTH
ENVIRONMENTAL & OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH
FAMILY HEALTH
GENERAL HEALTH & PHYSICAL SYMPTOMS
GENETIC STUDIES
HEALTH RESEARCH OF ALLIED FORCES
IMMUNE/BLOOD SYSTEM
INFECTIONS
LUNG & RESPIRATORY
MENTAL HEALTH
MILITARY WORKING DOGS
MORTALITY/DEATH
REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH/OUTCOMES
SLEEP DISORDER
Treatment
VACCINES & PROTECTIVE MEDICATIONS
Military Working Dogs

Effects of Persian Gulf War Service on Military Working Dogs
A comparison study between Gulf War deployed military working dogs and non-deployed dogs to determine the differences in diagnosis and incidence of disease (eg. infectious or parasitic diseases, abnormal benign or malignant growths).
Project Number:DoD-13
Status:Ongoing
Period of Performance:April 01,1994 - December 30,2001
Location:Armed Forces Institute of Pathology
Cost to Date: $617,000