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Studies explore race and ethnicity’s hidden impact on PTSD
Source: San Antonio Express-News
Date: November 27, 2017

The San Antonio Express-News interviewed researcher Brittany Hall-Clark about her analysis of STRONG STAR research with active-duty military service members at Fort Hood for this story about how race and ethnicity can affect PTSD symptoms. Reporter J.P. Lawrence also spoke with STRONG STAR clinical psychologist Lindsay Bira for this article.

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