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...Experimental Therapeutics. Dr. Buccafusco researches new drug therapies for Alzheimer's disease, exposure to chemical warfare agents and drug addiction. - Glenn Bedell , the administrative director of Ambulatory Care Surgical Services at MCG...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2008/03/17/yrb_191303.shtml
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Handlers to destroy weapons

...workers deliver pallets of weapons to the incinerator that in 1996 began destroying the depot's 13,616 tons of chemical warfare agents - weapons so destructive and harmful the U.S. military has never used them. The mission is not without its...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2001/06/12/tec_312700.shtml
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Oregon farm town grows with blue-collar job boom

...in the year 2000 it will employ 507. The nerve gas incinerator is a product of Hermiston's first boom, the old Umatilla Army Depot. Now called the Umatilla Chemical Depot, it is home to 7.4 million pounds of chemical warfare agents.

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1998/11/01/bus_243471.shtml
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Mystery sickness creates new battles

...veterans' illnesses. PB had not been fully approved and licensed by the FDA as a pretreatment for exposure to chemical warfare agents. They inhaled toxic fumes emanating from the oil-well fires in Kuwait, set by retreating Iraqi troops. They...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2002/09/15/met_352767.shtml
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Gulf War Illness cause may have been found

...does not provide a final answer to the question that has lingered since the end of the Gulf War: Was exposure to chemical warfare agents responsible for some of the neurological and other health problems reported by veterans? "It is not possible...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2000/12/07/tec_300331.shtml
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