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Congressional Budget Office. The Veterans Health Administrations Treatment of PTSD and Traumatic Brain Injury Among Recent Combat Veterans. 2012. February 9. URL: http://www.cbo.gov/sites/default/les/0209-PTSD_0.pdf.

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Zarembo Alan. As Disability Awards Grow, So Do Concerns with Veracity of PTSD Claims // Los Angeles Times. 2014. August 3.

Zarembo Alan. Detailed Study Confirms High Suicide Rate Among Recent Veterans // Los Angeles Times. 2015. January 14.

Zarembo Alan. A Misunderstood Statistic: 22 Military Veteran Suicides a Day // Los Angeles Times. 2013. December 20.

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