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Published on Oct 23, 2012
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder is becoming a major health concern as more of our military men and women return from war zones overseas. Studies indicate that as many as one in five service members returning from Iraq or Afghanistan suffers from major depression or combat stress. Post Traumatic Stress Disorder isn't just limited to those service members in combat roles. Non-combatant jobs in the military, like doctors, nurses, chaplains and other support personnel can also be exposed to traumatic events that put them at risk for developing PTSD. Toni Lopez is featured in our new video, PTSD: Healing and Hope. Toni served for 25 years in the Navy as a physician's assistant treating both military and civilian casualties at combat field hospitals in Iraq.