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Once freed, at the end of the War in the Pacific, these Canadians were repatriated and fed well, being given rice bran extracts which, at that time, were the only known source of B vitamins. At first they appeared to regain their health, but in reality, malnutrition had caused long-term problems. Such former prisoner-of-war camp inmates suffered from very high rates of depression, other mental disorders, cardiovascular disease, blindness and early death. Their permanent disabilities were recognized by the Canadian federal government.