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Ceremonial PTSD therapies favored by Native American veterans

Traditional healing therapies are the treatment of choice for many Native American veterans, --- half of whom say usual PTSD treatments don't work -- according to a recent survey. In the Arizona desert, wounded warriors from the Hopi Nation can join in a ceremony called Wiping Away the Tears. The traditional cleansing ritual helps dispel a chronic "ghost sickness" that can haunt survivors of battle.
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