February 28, 2017. National Academy of Medicine Releases Assessment of VA's Effort to Register Possible Burn Pit Victims
The National Academy of Science Committee on the Assessment of the Department of Veterans Affairs Airborne Hazards and Open Burn Pit Registry released its prepublication report during a briefing session on February 28. Present were veteran healthcare advocates, government personnel, and healthcare professionals. Read the report.
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From the National AcademIes of Sciences: Heath Effects of Air Pollutants Detected at Joint Base Balad
This site is an archive of resources for persons seeking information about environmental and occupational injuries associated with military service, many of which were developed by The Sergeant Thomas Joseph Sullivan Center (SSC). The SSC mission survives in a research fund established at National Jewish Health and through The Sergeant Sullivan Circle, a coalition of researchers, physicians, and advocates headed by Peter Sullivan. Learn more at http://sgtsullivancenter.org and get involved in the fight for the forgotten wounded through The Sergeant Sullivan Circle. This site is maintained as a public service by the family of Sergeant Thomas Joseph Sulivan.