Senators to probe Army PTSD diagnosis cases

04/4/2012 | Boston Herald

Senate Veterans' Affairs Committee Chairman Patty Murray, D-Wash., has launched an investigation into the Army's handling of treatment for service personnel with post-traumatic stress disorder. The Army has been investigating claims that PTSD diagnoses were reversed in service members being considered for medical retirement because of cost concerns, and Murray said she wanted to ensure an "in-depth" probe that resulted in every individual receiving the treatment he or she needs.

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