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Wednesday, August 17, 2016


I am not sure by the survey if it included Vietnam vets.if it did,what percentage was Vietnam vets.also did it include combat vets with and without combat ptsd.i can tell you first hand the of Vietnam vets with combat ptsd will have higher propensity to gamble than non vets without ptsd.the percentages are far worse than the statistics tell.

Nice article with very useful information. It is true somewhere because I have seen many of my colleagues having the same problems. Thanks for this post.

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