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Although many people picture post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) as a mental problem afflicting soldiers who experienced battle, anyone can suffer from PTSD.Recent changes mean higher co-pays for patients, lower reimbursement for PTs.
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Experts say there are easy ways to alleviate problem
Market forces are dramatically driving up the cost of some generic drugs, prompting U.S. investigations into the pricing of what should be cheap alternatives to brand-name medications.
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