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Tuesday, April 18, 2006

Near Buffalo, NY? Catch Former Vietnam POW Talk on PTSD

If you're in the Buffalo, NY area next Wednesday (April 26th), you may want to mark you calendar for a thought-provoking and rich evening of posttraumatic stress disorder eduction and discussion. St. Joseph University Parish Church and Compeer of Greater Buffalo welcome Captain Dick Stratton USN (Retired) to discuss his intimate experience with PTSD following 2,251 days in the Hanoi prison system as a POW during the Vietnam war.

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From the press release:

Mr. Stratton's appearance is particularly timely in light of the ongoing war in Iraq and the recent hardship that Hurricane Katrina has brought to so many. We encourage the entire community and, in particular, veterans and their loved ones, social workers, educators, psychologists and psychiatrists to attend this valuable conference that is free to the community. ...

For information on attending this special program, contact Annette Pinder at 883-3331, Ext. 18. St. Joseph University Parish is located at 3269 Main Street, Buffalo, New York 14214, next to the University at Buffalo. Parking is available behind the church.

Plan to attend on Wednesday, April 26, 2006 at 7:00 p.m.

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