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Predicting post-traumatic stress disorder before it happens

Using brain imaging and function techniques, scientists have developed an interdisciplinary method to identify pre-traumatic subjects. It's a novel approach to diagnosing and treating victims of PTSD -- and they say the findings can be used to monitor people at high risk for this disorder, including soldiers in combat units.
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