The two bibliographies below were compiled by FRONTLINE to aid those who want to dig deeper into Gulf War Syndrome. The first shows many of the most informative and compelling websites on the subject. The second contains citations to books, journal articles and other printed materials.
- American Legion:
Includes a special section on Gulf War Health Issues that includes a selection of important reports, hearings and studies.
Website that provides an index of articles from several medical reports on Gulf War Syndrome.
- Department of Veterans Affairs:
Provides benefits and medical information, a list of veterans' service organizations and a link to the Persian Gulf Veterans' Illness page.
Department of Defense's archive of press releases, reports, advisories for veterans and other materials related to Gulf War Syndrome.
- Gulf War Veterans Resource Pages:
Includes an intro of the Gulf War Syndrome, a Gulf War Syndrome Q & A, links to other Gulf War Syndrome organizations, and a Rockefeller/Congressional report.
- Insignia Publishing of Washington:
Publisher of a book by former CIA analyst Patrick G. Eddington has put 226 Pentagon and CIA documents on its website.
- Journal of the American Medical Association:
This website provides a Medical News and Perspective section and an archive of feature articles and abstracts dealing with Persian Gulf War Syndrome. [Note: JAMA requires a one-time free registration.]
- National Gulf War Resource Center Homepage:
Dedicated to providing information to veterans of the Persian Gulf War, this site includes a section for veterans on recent developments related to the Gulf War, a Gulf War Syndrome self-help guide and access for locating other Gulf War veterans.
- New England Journal of Medicine:
An online version of the NEJM that provides an archive of current and past articles, studies and editorials dealing with Persian Gulf War syndrome.
- Presidential Advisory Committee on Gulf War Veterans' Illnesses:
This independent advisory committee website includes the Gulf War Veterans' Illnesses interim report, updates, schedule of meetings and more.
- Senate Committee on Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs:
Department of Defense website that deals with national health issues including a section on Persian Gulf War Syndrome.
- CIA Report on Intelligence Related to Gulf War Illnesses (Aug. 2, 1996)
- "Disease and Suspicion after the Persian Gulf War," by Edward W. Campion, M.D. The New England Journal of Medicine, November 14, 1996, Vol. 335, No. 20, p. 1525.
- Health Consequences of Service During the Persian Gulf War: Recommendations for Research and Information Systems. Institute of Medicine, Committee to Review the Health Consequences of Service During the Persian Gulf War, 1996.
"Illness in Gulf War Veterans" by Philip J. Landrigan, MD [Editorial]. The Journal of the American Medical Association, January 15, 1997, Vol. 227, No.3, p.259.
- Investigation of a Suspected Outbreak of an Unknown Disease among Veterans of Operation Desert Shield/Storm 123rd Army Reserve Command, Ft. Benjamin Harrison, Ind., by RF DeFraites et al., Walter Reed report, April, 1992.
- "Is There a Gulf War Syndrome?" by Robert W. Haley et al. The Journal of the American Medical Association, January 15, 1997, Vol. 227, No.3, p.215.
- U.S. Chemical and Biological Warfare-Related Dual Use Exports to Iraq and Their Possible Impact on the Health Consequences of the Persian Gulf War (A Report of the Committee on Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs, United States Senate, May 25, 1994)
- The Persian Gulf Experience and Health," NIH Technology Assessment Workshop Panel. Journal of the American Medical Association, August 3, 1994. (Workshop held 4-94.)
- "The Postwar Hospitalization Experience of U.S. Veterans of the Persian Gulf War," by Gregory Gray et al. The New England Journal of Medicine, November 14,1996, Vol. 335, No. 20.
- Presidential Advisory Committee on Gulf War Veterans' Illnesses: Final Report. U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, DC. December 1996.
- Report of the Defense Science Board Task Force on Persian Gulf War Health Effects (Lederberg report), Department of Defense, June, 1994.