Gulf War Syndrome:
Legacy of a Perfect War

by Alison Johnson

With a Foreword by James J. Tuite, III

Cumberland Press
Brunswick, Maine
2001     240 pages

$15.00
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"Alison Johnson has successfully captured on paper the plight and pain of these heroes."
  Congressman Christopher Shays (R-CT) Chairman of the Subcommittee on National Security, Veterans Affairs, and International Relations.
 
"Extensive scientific research has now documented the fact that Gulf War veterans have been affected by a wide range of unexplained health problems. This book champions their cause, providing compelling information on these conditions and their possible connection to chemical injury and sensitivity. The powerful stories of individual veterans provide firsthand accounts of the myriad exposures encountered during the war and the many challenges that ill veterans have faced in the years since Desert Storm."
  Lea Steele, Ph.D., Scientific Director of the
VA Research Advisory Committee on Gulf War Veterans Illnesses
 
"Alison Johnson has ably brought together the voluminous official record that exists on the issue of Persian Gulf War syndrome and possible and potential exposures that may be affecting Gulf War veterans’ health. Her book should find a wide audience among veterans, their families, their doctors, and the general public."
  James J. Tuite III, Chronic Illness Research Foundation
 
"Alison Johnson’s knowledge of the field of chemical injury and chemical sensitivity has enabled her to present a careful analysis of the various toxic exposures that have contributed to Gulf War syndrome. Her inclusion of stories from the veterans whose lives have been devastated by their health problems gives the issue a reality that no official statistics and rhetoric can convey."
  Gunnar Heuser, M.D., Ph.D.,
Neuromed and NeuroTox Associates
Agoura Hills, California

 

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