The government needs to broadly improve its services and flow of information to the growing ranks of veterans suffering debilitating mental ailments from their war experiences, according to a chorus of voices inside and outside government.
Larry James, dean of the Wright State University School of Psychology, predicts that post-traumatic stress disorder will be to this generation what HIV/AIDs was in the ’70s and ’80s. “I’m very worried about it,” he said. “If people think that PTSD was a challenge in the post-Vietnam era, just wait.”
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