A soldier returning from the war in Afghanistan in 2002 with signs of post-traumatic stress disorder would have had to seek treatment at a hospital or clinic. A decade later, the resources available to someone with PTSD are growing. Researchers with the departments of Defense and Veterans Affairs are developing new technologies designed to reach veterans who are hesitant about seeking treatment in person or who may have limited access to care.
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