Babarsky, Richard. Khamisiyah Plume Analysis. Office of the Special Assistant
for Gulf War Illnesses. The article summarizes the efforts of a combined
agency task force to develop predictions of the potential exposure to
US Troops from the chemical fallout from the March 1991 open pit demolition
operations at Khamisiyah.
Gray, Gregory C. MD MPH et al. Hospitalization Risk After Possible Exposure
to Iraqi Chemical Munitions Destruction During The Persian Gulf War. Naval
Health Research Center. Summarizes a study to be done to determine if
subclinical exposures to nerve agents may later cause chronic disease.
Heller, Jack M. PhD. Use of the Troop Location Database and Geographic
Information System Technology For Estimating Environmental Exposures and
Conducting Epidemiological Research. U.S. Army Center for Health Promotion
and Preventive Medicine. Summary of the joint agency effort to collect
all the necessary data to assist in evaluation of suspected environmental
Hooper, Frank J. MPH, ScD. et al A Method For Comparing Self-Reported
Depleted Uranium Exposure In a Cohort of Persian Gulf Veterans. Baltimore
VA Medical Center. As part of a Depleted Uranium follow-up program, veterans
were asked to self-report possible exposure to chemical toxicants during
their tour of duty and any details of any possible exposure to DU rounds.
Cowan, David N. PhD. et al Asthma and Exposure to Oil Fire Smoke Among
Gulf War Veterans. Gulf War Health Studies Team and Deployment Exposure
Surveillance Program. Summary of a study done on the impact of exposure
to oil well fires on the health of troops using participants from the
Comprehensive Clinical Evaluation Program to determine if there was an
association between asthma diagnosis and exposure to oil fire smoke.
McDiarmid, Melissa A. MD, MPH et al. Biological Monitoring and Medical
Surveillance Results of Depleted Uranium Exposed Gulf War Veterans. Baltimore
VA Medical Center. Discusses the ongoing monitoring of veterans struck
by Depleted Uranium munitions and assessment of the biologic effects of
the radiological and chemical toxicity of Depleted Uranium.
Morris, Dee Dodson, JD, LTC, USA. Investigation of Incidents & Exposures
Relevant to the Potential Causes of Gulf War Illnesses. Office of the
Special Assistant for Gulf War Illness. Outline of the mission, organization
and activities of the Office of the Special Assistant for Gulf War Illnesses.
Pepper, Lewis D. MD et al. An Evaluation of Respiratory Function in Persian
Gulf War Veterans. Boston Environmental Hazards Center. Summary of a study
to assess the respiratory status in relation to exposure to oil fires
in Gulf War vets and to evaluate the relationship between measures of
pulmonary dysfunction and respiratory symptoms. www.bumc.bc:edu/Departments/PageMain.asp?Page=1083&DepartmentID=97
Proctor, Susan P. D.Sc et al. Summary of Environmental Interview Data
From Persian Gulf War Veterans. Boston Environmental Hazards Center. Two-cohorts
of Persian Gulf War deployed veterans and a group of Germany-deployed
veterans were studied in an effort to describe the range and frequency
of self-reported environmental exposures and current health symptoms.
Pearce, P.C et al. A Multifaceted Non-Human Primate Model For Investigating
The Long Term Impact of Exposure to Xenobiotics: The Effects of Low Dose
Sarin On Behaviour and the Electroencephalogram. University of Bristol,
UK. Study done to monitor EEG behavior as a result of exposure to doses
Walsh, Mark F. et al. The Assessment of Depleted Uranium Exposures By
Gamma-Ray Spectroscopy. Boston VA Medical Center. Summary of study done
to assess the amount of depleted uranium retained in Persian Gulf War
veterans wounded with depleted uranium shrapnel.