Researchers eye memory suppression to help with PTSD

10/30/2012 | Huffington Post, The

Stanford University scientists have come up with a possible new treatment for PTSD by using a neurochemical approach to minimize memories of traumatic events in mice. Researchers said the protein synthesis used in the mice would not be fit for human use, but a combination of existing anti-anxiety medicine and sleep-based exposure therapy could provide similar results.

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