Gulf War Syndrome &

  1. James Iredell Moss

 

Tens of thousands of soldiers who served in the Gulf War are suffering from a range of physical disabilities, chronic ailments and unexplained illnesses. Their symptoms include chronic fatigue, joint and muscle aches, memory loss and rashes.

Eight years later, we still do not know the cause or causes of Gulf War Syndrome (GWS), but some very important research has been completed. Some of that research was completed by James Moss at some cost to his career.

My purpose is to share information regarding Dr. Moss' research and the research of others into GWS and to provide descriptions of various web sites related to Gulf War Syndrome which may assist Gulf War veterans, their families and students of GWS.


Table of Contents

      1. Timeline
      2. St. Petersburg Times Article
      3. Dallas Morning News Article
      4. Visit Related Sites
      5. Publications
      6. Award
      7. Curriculum Vitae
      8. USDA-ARS solution
      9. The Library of Congress Veterans Oral History Project
      10. Giraffe Heroes Project
      11. Did DEET play a part in the deaths of Canadian sisters Audrey and Noemi Belanger on Phi Phi Island in June of 2012?
      12. Moss Home Page

If you want to learn more about Gulf War Syndrome, go to Google and do a search.


What have high level officials done to help Gulf War veterans?


Last updated 6/08/2003. Send comments and questions to Webmaster Gail Moss or James Moss at 
  
 

This page was created by Gail Krautter Moss as part of the course requirements for "Internet Resources" offered at the School of Library Science at the University of South Florida.