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Publication

Title: A Randomized, Multi-Center, Controlled Trial of Multi-Model Therapy in Veterans with Gulf War Illnesses (EBT) (See also VA-62; formerly VA/DOD 1D)
Publication
Donta ST, Clauw D, Engel CC, Guarino P, Peduzzi P, Williams D, Skinner JS, Barkhuizen A, Taylor T, Kazis LE, Sogg S, Hunt S, Dougherty C, Richardson RD, Kunkel C, Rodriguez W, Alicea E, Chiliade P, Ryan MA, Gray GC, Lutwick L, Norwood D, Smith S, Everson MP, Blackburn WD, Martin W, Griffiss M, Cooper R, Renner E, Schmitt J, McMurtry C, Thakore M, Mori D, Kerns R, Park M, Pullman-Mooar S, Bernstein J, Hershberger P, Salisbury D, Feussner JR. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Aerobic Exercise for Gulf War Veterans' Illnesses. A Randomized Controlled Trail. JAMA, 289(11):1396-1404. Mar 2003. Abstract