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PTSD cure FOUND? Scientists DELETE bad memories in breakthrough study

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Post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) could be cured in the future by erasing memories, after the procedure was successfully carried out on snails.

One in three people who experience a traumatic experience are estimated to suffer from post traumatic stress disorder, according to the NHS, with victims or witnesses to serious or injury at risk of developing the condition.

It is especially prevalent in the armed forces, with armed forces mental health charity Combat Stress stating that they received more than 10,000 referrals in five years for soldiers with PTSD and other mental disorders following their participation in a war zone.

Current treatment includes lengthy psychotherapy and the use of anti-depressants.

 

http://www.express.co.uk/news/science/825618/PTSD-cure-DELETE-bad-memories

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1 minute ago, Cinnamon said:

Real grant money. I am going to march for snail rights. 

Be like waiting for..... snail mail to see results... wait.... snail whites. rights. snails in tights riding upon kites. starting fights with the girls below, slimy buggers kamikaze her though.

Sorry got carried away and rapped a little.

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1 minute ago, Robomont said:

that robot arm of eset is really reaching there.retarded snails,is that what our military is now?

Well the source is reaching you mean!

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1 hour ago, Eagles fan said:

That type of technology in the wrong hands could be devastating...

Snails today, monkeys tomorrow and humans next week. Very sorry to see this type of tech developing. 

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