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‘You can forgive yourself:’ molly helps vets with PTSD, new study says

“I don’t want to sell the treatment too hard because it’s like telling someone, ‘You have to see this movie or go try this restaurant,’” [military veteran] Ostrom said. “But this is something you don’t have to take for the rest of your life. You don’t have to remember to take it every night…”

Nearly 16% of Iraq and Afghanistan war veterans and 30% of Vietnam veterans are estimated to have had PTSD at some point, according to the Department of Veterans Affairs. Scientists have spent decades looking for treatments, in the hopes of giving those with the chronic illness the chance to maintain relationships… be comfortable in public. According to at least one study, nearly 40% and more than 55% who took FDA-approved PTSD medications Paxil or Zoloft, respectively, saw no reduction in their symptoms; just 21%-46% of patients who engaged only in psychotherapy saw improvements.

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‘You can forgive yourself:’ molly helps vets with PTSD, new study says
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