Army looks to update PTSD diagnosis approach

04/23/2012 | Seattle Times, The · Stars and Stripes

The Army Surgeon General's Office has released new policy guidelines for the diagnosis of post-traumatic stress disorder in U.S. service members. The updated approach discounts tests used previously to assess whether individuals were faking symptoms. A separate review by the Europe Regional Medical Command found no difference between services offered to troops with PTSD returning to active duty or being discharged.

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