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Field Testing of Hallucinogenic Agents

Questions and answers about Field Testing of Hallucinogenic Agents

Q1:

What are the effects of exposure to hallucinogenic compounds such as LSD?

A:

The current medical literature indicates that such exposure may have some long-lasting effects among some individuals, such as "flashbacks" (visual hallucinations without new drug exposure).

Q2:

How can I get more information on Hallucinogenic agent testing

A:

If you need help verifying your possible participation in any of the tests or have information about the testing, please call the Department of Defense's (DOD) contact managers at (800) 497-6261, Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. EST.

Alternatively, you may write to us at:

Force Health Protection and Readiness
ATTN: CB Exposure Manager
7700 Arlington Blvd.
Falls Church, VA 22042

If you'd like to speak with a Veterans Affairs (VA) representative, call the Special Issues Helpline at (800) 749-8387. Many states offer services and benefits to veterans. To find out more about a particular state, please visit http://www.va.gov/statedva.htm

Q3:

What information does the DOD database contain on the Edgewood volunteers

A:

For each individual, the database will contain the following:

  • Type of test (i.e., performance, equipment, etc.)
  • Type of exposure (i.e., injection, intravenous (IV), etc.)
  • Date of exposure
  • Agent/simulant name
  • Agent/simulant amount, if recorded
  • Treatments required as a result of the exposure
  • Documents describing the test procedures, if available.

Last Updated: January 30, 2024
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