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Agent Orange Exposure Linked to Myeloma Precursor Risk

Vietnam War veterans exposed to Agent Orange as part of Operation Ranch Hand were at double the risk for monoclonal gammopathy of undetermined significance, a precursor to multiple myeloma, according ...

Research Spots Link Between Agent Orange, Blood Cancer in Vietnam Vets

THURSDAY, Sept. 3, 2015 -- Vietnam veterans exposed to Agent Orange have a more than doubled risk of developing abnormal blood cells that can become cancerous, a new study suggests. The researchers fo...

40 Years after Vietnam, Blue Water Navy Vets Still Fighting for Agent Orange Compensation

(Propublica) – To the best of his knowledge, Jim Smith never saw or handled Agent Orange on the Navy ship he served on during the Vietnam War. “I never sprayed the stuff, never touched the stu...

U.S. Agrees to Pay Millions for Agent Orange Claims

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Agent Orange Tied to Multiple Myeloma Precursor

Veterans who sprayed Agent Orange during the Vietnam War were twice as likely to have a precursor to multiple myeloma compared with Vietnam veterans who did not spray the herbicide. Medscape Medical...

Construction of a population-specific HLA imputation reference panel and its application to Graves' disease risk in Japanese

Yukinori Okada, Michiaki Kubo and colleagues report the construction of a new HLA imputation reference panel for the Japanese population. They apply this resource to analyze the association of the HLA...

Study finds increased risk of MGUS in Vietnam Vets exposed to Agent Orange

(The JAMA Network Journals) A study that used stored blood samples from US Air Force personnel who conducted aerial herbicide spray missions of Agent Orange during the Vietnam war found a more than tw...

Smoking Tied to Impaired Response to Graves' Ophthalmopathy Treatment

Current and former smokers with Graves' ophthalmopathy (GO) have a worse response to intravenous steroid therapy than do patients who never smoked, according to new findings. Reuters Health Informat...

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Cardiovascular Complications Secondary to Graves' Disease: A Prospective Study from Ukraine.

Graves' disease (GD) is a common cause of hyperthyroidism resulting in development of thyrotoxic heart disease (THD).


The diagnosis of celiac disease (CD) in patients with different autoimmune diseases, including Graves' disease (GD) remains a challenge. The aim of our study was: (i) to assess the prevalence of CD in...

Pericarditis as the Presenting Feature of Graves Disease in a Pediatric Patient.

Pericarditis is a rare presentation of thyrotoxicosis associated with Graves disease. This association has not been previously described in the pediatric literature. We report a 17-year-old male patie...

IGF1 deficiency in newly diagnosed Graves' disease patients.

Thyroid hormones influence the GH/IGF1 axis, but previous studies have reported discrepant results regarding serum IGF1 levels in hyperthyroidism. We have therefore investigated, at diagnosis, the rel...

Outcomes in Relapsed Graves' disease Patients Following Radioiodine or Prolonged Low-Dose of Methimazole Treatment.

Low doses of anti-thyroid drugs (ATD) for extended periods may be an alternative for Graves' disease (GD) patients who relapse after a course of ATD.

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