How Foundations are Healing the Other Collateral Damage of War

Many soldiers returning from the wars in the Middle East are plagued with severe depression, and most suffer some form of post-traumatic stress disorder. The U.S. Military lacks the resources necessary to treat every soldier that needs help, especially when including military reservists and the National Guard. The Bristol-Meyers Squibb Foundation has responded to the military's call for help, awarding over $2 million to help soldiers leave the desert mentally as well as physically.

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