‘Havana syndrome’ symptoms are real, but no signs of brain injury: doctors

MRI scans showed no signs of brain injury or other abnormalities between affected patients and healthy controls.
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‘Havana syndrome’ appears to cause real and severe symptoms among US federal employees suffering from the mystery illness, but there is no evidence of brain injury or biological abnormalities among them, a new report shows.

Researchers evaluated 81 US diplomats and other federal employees, mostly stationed abroad, who had complained of hearing noise and feeling head pressure just before experiencing headache, dizziness, trouble thinking and other symptoms.