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What Donald Trump got right about PTSD — and what he left out

Donald Trump continues to be hammered for suggesting that soldiers and veterans who suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder are somehow weaker than those who do not. Experts say that view further stigmatizes the illness and that it's wrong — although they agree with Trump's comment about the skyrocketing number of vets who die by suicide […]
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