1. 'Seized by some invisible hand': What it feels like to have Havana Syndrome  NBC News
  2. 'Seized by some invisible hand': Victims describe what it feels like to have Havana Syndrome  Yahoo News
  3. Havana syndrome victims describe the mysterious illness  The Week Magazine
  4. Are Russians Using Microwaves to Attack Americans?  Slate
  5. Why some US officials see new indications Russia could be behind Havana Syndrome  Yahoo News
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Tina Onufer, Kate Husband and Doug Ferguson are living with Havana Syndrome. They want the world to know what happened to them in Cuba caused real injuries.A doctor said "it's like you aged 20 years all at once," said Kate Husband, diagnosed with a brain injury "related to a directional phenomenon exposure.”

'Seized by some invisible hand': What it feels like to have Havana Syndrome

A doctor said "it's like you aged 20 years all at once," said Kate Husband, diagnosed with a brain injury "related to a directional phenomenon exposure.”A doctor said "it's like you aged 20 years all at once," said Kate Husband, diagnosed with a brain injury "related to a directional phenomenon exposure.”

'Seized by some invisible hand': Victims describe what it feels like to have Havana Syndrome

There is very little known about “Havana syndrome.” But the Biden administration is looking to a familiar foe.There is very little known about “Havana syndrome.” But the Biden administration is looking to a familiar foe.

Havana syndrome: Are Russians using microwave tech to attack Americans?

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Tina Onufer didn’t know it back in March of 2017, but she was among the first victims of a still-unexplained phenomenon that has come to be known as Havana...Tina Onufer, was a career foreign service officer stationed in Havana, she was among the first victims of a still-unexplained phenomenon that has come to be known as Havana Syndrome.

‘Seized by Some Invisible Hand’: What it Feels Like to Have Havana Syndrome – NBC Bay Area

Russia is a leading suspect behind the phenomenon, which can cause brain damage similar to that seen in soldiers injured by bombs.Russia is a leading suspect behind the phenomenon, which can cause brain damage similar to that seen in soldiers injured by bombs.

Havana Syndrome Victims Break Silence on Mysterious Symptoms