By On May 17th, 2007

Additional 100,000 Gulf War Vets May Have Brain Injury

A disturbing new finding has made its way into the public. During the Gulf War, about 100,000 troops were exposed to low levels of Sarin gas. Sarin gas is demonstrated to be a powerful neurotoxin:

The report, to be published in the June issue of the journal NeuroToxicology, found apparent changes in the brain’s connective tissue — its so-called white matter — in soldiers exposed to the gas. The extent of the brain changes — less white matter and slightly larger brain cavities — corresponded to the extent of exposure, the study found.

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