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Neuroscientists Say Their Brain Scans Can Spot PTSD

January 22nd, 2010 01:43 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

Even though Post-traumatic stress is estimated to afflict more than 300,000 veterans of Iraq and Afghanistan it’s been labeled a ‘soft disorder’ — one without an objective biological path to diagnosis. That may have changed this week, after researchers announced they’d found a distinct pattern of brain activity among PTSD sufferers.

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