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Sunday, March 19, 2006

The Oregonian Delivers Massive PTSD Story Today

Spanning an enormous 12 online pages, one explanatory editorial, and an introduction by the author, Julie Sullivan (assisted by Torsten Kjellstrand), the Oregonian delivers its readers a grand public service this morning. Through the experiences of the Stout family (who were extremely gracious in allowing reporters into their lives to record their story), America receives a detailed view of the struggle some of our veterans -- and their families -- are facing as they cope with post-traumatic stress disorder.

This important article is so exhaustive and detailed, that it is impossible to do it justice in any way here; please just take the time to read it. And after you've finished, please contact The Oregonian and commend them for devoting resources and taking great care in presenting this topic to their readership. You might also wish to contact the reporters, Julie Sullivan and Torsten Kjellstrand, to offer your personal thanks.

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