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Study Protocol: Southern Women Veterans' Health Study
Annals of Epidemiology and Public Health
Despite the large numbers of women who served during the 1990-1991 Gulf War or post 9/11, many studies of the health of U.S. veterans have been limited to men or have not included adequate numbers of women veterans for separate analyses. As the number of women in the military increases particularly in the Southern U.S., there is a pressing need for additional health research involving women veterans including women who reside in rural areas and small towns and cities. Studies are also needed ofdoi:10.33582/2639-4391/1001 fatcat:l3flkw5vrnavdckqqk5fqsk2yi