Why Some Gulf War Veterans Are Being Turned Down for VA Benefits | The Fiscal Times

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A remarkable 44 percent of U.S. military personnel who served in the Persian Gulf War suffer from chronic symptom that include fatigue, headaches, joint pain, memory loss, neurological disorders, skin problems and respiratory disease. Yet according to a new GAO report, these veterans are finding it considerably more difficult than others to process their claims for benefits and treatment at VA health centers.

Source: Why Some Gulf War Veterans Are Being Turned Down for VA Benefits | The Fiscal Times