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Tags: ptsd

1 5/4/2018

Thank you, New York Times, for asking ‘Who is behind these studies? Where does the money come from?’

8/31/2017

Washington Post’s otherwise well-reported story on ecstasy for PTSD skirts evidence discussion

3/20/2017

Bloomberg paints rosy picture of virtual reality for PTSD, glossing over the hard evidence

8/3/2016

Washington Post story on PTSD treatment ignores evidence in favor of detailed patient anecdote

7/18/2016

ABC’s look at treating PTSD with virtual reality: Classic example of anecdote over evidence

6/1/2011

Pill could erase painful memories, study shows