The summary below is from the full report titled “Benefits and Harms of Doxycycline Treatment for Gulf War Veterans' Illnesses. A Randomized, Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled Trial.” It is in the 20 July 2004 issue of Annals of Internal Medicine (volume 141, pages 85-94). The authors are S.T. Donta, C.C. Engel Jr., J.F. Collins, J.B. Baseman, L.L. Dever, T. Taylor, K.D. Boardman, L.E. Kazis, S.E. Martin, R.A. Horney, A.L. Wiseman, D.S. Kernodle, R.P. Smith, A.L. Baltch, C. Handanos, B. Catto, L. Montalvo, M. Everson, W. Blackburn, M. Thakore, S.T. Brown, L. Lutwick, D. Norwood, J. Bernstein, C. Bacheller, B. Ribner, L.W.P. Church, K.H. Wilson, P. Guduru, R. Cooper, J. Lentino, R.J. Hamill, A.B. Gorin, V. Gordan, D. Wagner, C. Robinson, P. DeJace, R. Greenfield, L. Beck, M. Bittner, H.R. Schumacher, F. Silverblatt, J. Schmitt, E. Wong, M.A.K. Ryan, J. Figueroa, C. Nice, and J.R. Feussner, for the VA Cooperative #475 Group.
Can Antibiotics Cure Gulf War Veterans' Illnesses?. Ann Intern Med. 2004;141:I–12. doi: https://doi.org/10.7326/0003-4819-141-2-200407200-00001
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