NPR broadcasts the findings of a 6-month investigation into charges that troops at Fort Carson, Colo., are being intimidated, stigmatized -- and worse -- if they say they have PTSD:
Dec. 4 · An NPR investigation at a major Army base shows that soldiers who return from Iraq with serious emotional trauma often do not receive needed care, and some are kicked out of the Army.
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More on Fort Carson's problems via an earlier investigation conducted by the Colorado Springs Independent and CBS News.
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UPDATE 12-05-06: Read post-show comments.
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