Gulf War Study Seeking Volunteers
Must live in the Northeast and suffer from Gulf War Syndrome
Apr 2, 2012, 7:52 p.m.
Researchers investigating whether acupuncture can be effective in treating Gulf War Syndrome are looking for 30 more veterans to participate in the study. About 120 veterans have taken part, undergoing acupuncture treatments to evaluate their effect on managing headaches, muscle soreness and other pain associated with the disorder. The 30 new volunteers must live in the Northeast and suffer from Gulf War Syndrome. Veterans can apply by calling 617-558-1788, extension 269.