GULF WAR SYNDROME
Gulf War Syndrome
By: Katie Flitcraft
One part of being an American, is giving yourself to your country when deemed necessary. In 1991, the United States took action in the Gulf War, where many US solders were sent. In fact, a total of 697,000 solders took part in the Gulf War. And of that amount, 6% (about 45,000) veterans have reported an ailment related to this war. Much chaos arose from these sicknesses, and from this a syndrome was born. The syndrome is called the Gulf War Syndrome. Wether this is myth or not has been throughly researched, but how can one claim 45,000 veterans to be falsely accusing an ailment they believe to be at fault of the Gulf War?
There are many different sides of these syndrome, and much hype about who's right and wrong. Many believe that the government is trying to hide information away from those who are suffering from Gulf War Syndrome. In fact in one report a man claims that the evidence of the GU...