Gulf War Syndrome

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Gulf War syndrome (GWS) or Gulf War illness (GWI) affects veterans and civilians who were near conflicts during or downwind of a...
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Gulf War Syndrome and Type 2 Diabetes

Treato found 9 discussions about Type 2 Diabetes and Gulf War Syndrome on the web.
0.16% of the posts that mention Gulf War Syndrome also mention Type 2 Diabetes (9 posts)
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| robert mckinnis
I served during the gulf war and have been diagnosed with diabeties.I believe all the exposure to the chemicals in the air along with ythe drugs that we was given to supposibly protect us from a chemical attack is a direct result of my diabeties.

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