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Andy Wilson has relied on several medications to treat the symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder, which include depression, headaches, and difficulty sleeping. But in recent months, he has weaned himself off most of the drugs.
Last of four parts | The war after the war

'I need to blaze my own trail'

By Thomas Farragher
Globe Staff / November 1, 2006

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He'd worked until midnight, drank late-night beers with the boys, and as a mid-winter dawn broke, Andy Wilson stood in the rutted parking lot of a dingy after-hours bar, pointing his gun at a man who had pushed him too far. (Full article: 2299 words)

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