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Prior assault boosts PTSD risk after combat

Men and women who were assaulted before entering military service
are more than twice as likely to develop post-traumatic stress
disorder (PTSD) after combat deployment, Navy researchers report.

Source:Prior assault boosts PTSD risk after combat

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