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VA Studies New Ways To Treat PTSD
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10/3/2012 | 8:21:38 PM
re: VA Studies New Ways To Treat PTSD
Any business that provides a service or a product to our American Vets is nothing but all good, especially if it helps the vets to deal with the extreme stress they were placed under. I would like to see the results on a larger scale to determine if this would be beneficial for all individuals facing stress rather than just vets. Kudos to VA Palo Alto Health Care System for fulfilling a moral obligation that they did not need to but see the benefit and the assistance they can and should provide to the public.

Paul Sprague
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9/29/2012 | 9:09:55 PM
re: VA Studies New Ways To Treat PTSD
I have only exper. grief from the Phx. VA. I tried to order my heart meds and the Doctor will be on vacation the month of my appointment. I feel they are as much as the enemy as it was in Nam. They want us dead. No Respect for the way Veterans are treated in Arizona. We need American Doctors there.

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