The first meeting of the committee was held in February. At that time the organization was charged with the responsibility of reviewing medical condition that may be related to the exposures to burn pit fumes.
Soldiers that have returned from Iraq and Afghanistan, and that have been exposed to burn pit fumes and smoke, have reported serious pulmonary medical conditions, including constrictive bronchiolitis, and malignancies.
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