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Veterans forsake studies of stress

Stigma impedes search for remedies

Some of the soldiers who returned to Fort Carson, Colo., from Iraq in 2005 have had problems with post-traumatic stress. Some of the soldiers who returned to Fort Carson, Colo., from Iraq in 2005 have had problems with post-traumatic stress. (Kevin Kreck/ The Gazette/ Associated Press)
By Bryan Bender
Globe Staff / August 24, 2009

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WASHINGTON - Researchers testing ways to treat the psychological wounds of war among Iraq and Afghanistan veterans are encountering a serious roadblock: a shortage of willing study participants. (Full article: 885 words)

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