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Occupational risk factors for ill health in Gulf veterans of the United Kingdom
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    Editor,
    The results of this study may be interesting but when one considers that junior ranks (e.g. privates) make up the majority of the British armed forces then I do not believe that this represents the true figures.

    If these results were taken from the original contact list as supplied by the Ministry of Defence, then there are questions related to the sample group. I believe that one of the o...

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