Army re-evaluates PTSD diagnosis reversals

03/28/2012 | Stars and Stripes · CNN

Army Medical Command is re-evaluating reversals of PTSD diagnoses after data showed Madigan Army Medical Center at Joint Base Lewis-McChord had reversed 40% of PTSD findings in cases of patients being considered for medical retirement since 2007. The investigation got under way after soldiers whose PTSD status was altered by the re-evaluation process expressed concerns.

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