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An Albuquerque medical research group wants to continue its work probing the mysteries of Gulf War Syndrome.
The condition a set of common symptoms reported by tens of thousands of Desert Storm veterans could be a problem for troops in Iraq in the current conflict, if soldiers are exposed to the same low levels of nerve gas that some veterans were, said Rogene Henderson, a senior scientist at Lovelace Respiratory Research Institute.
Last year, Henderson published the results of her first four-year study of the long term effects of low-level exposure to sarin gas. She found the gas might be …