Free Detoxification Program for Gulf War Vets

Are you, or do you know someone, suffering from Gulf War Illness? Free program available in the Baltimore area.
BALTIMORE - Jan. 27, 2014 - PRLog -- Close to 700,000 U.S. military personnel served in th Gulf War. Within about two years, approximately one in four developed persistent health effects now referred to as Gulf War illness; few have since improved or recovered. The Institute for Health and the Environment University at Albany has received funding from the Department of Defense for a Gulf War illness research project involving veterans of the Persian Gulf War who live in the Washington/Baltimore area.

Participants in the study will be men or women who were deployed to the Persian Gulf region who are experiencing symptoms associated with Gulf War Illness. These symptoms include fatigue, muscle and joint pain, sleeping difficulties, memory or cognitive problems and others.

This free program will be delivered in the Baltimore qjmsx area, and is aimed at veterans who live near enough to travel to the facility. If you are interested in this study, or know someone who may be interested, please contact Dr. Daniel Stewart at Smile Savers Dentistry in Columbia, MD for a brochure at 410-730-6460 to see if you are qualified to participate.

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