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Screening is urged on return from Iraq

Guardsmen lack such services, say specialists

By Maria Cramer and Adam Jadhav
Globe Staff and Globe Correspondent / August 16, 2005

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Massachusetts officials are considering mandatory mental health screening for National Guardsmen returning from Iraq, a move that could affect as many as 100 soldiers in the state, a mental health specialist said yesterday. (Full article: 418 words)

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