Army Veteran With PTSD Studying The Brain At UK To Help Others

Army Veteran Johnny Cebak suffers from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and Traumatic Brain Injury after being injured in Iraq. Now, the Doctoral candidate at UK is studying the brain to try to find a way to help others struggling with the silent disease.

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DannyHaszard1 - 6/15/2013 1:11 AM
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Bravo our Veterans! Current drug PTSD treatment for Veterans found ineffective. Eli Lilly made $70 billion on the Zyprexa franchise.Lilly was fined $1.4 billion for Zyprexa fraud! The atypical antipsychotics (Zyprexa,Risperdal,Seroquel) are like a 'synthetic' Thorazine,only they cost ten times more than the old fashioned typical antipsychotics. These newer generation drugs still pack their list of side effects like diabetes for the user.All these drugs work as so called 'major tranquilizers'.This can be a contradiction with PTSD suffers as we are hyper vigilant and feel uncomfortable with a drug that puts you to sleep and makes you sluggish. That's why drugs like Zyprexa don't work for PTSD survivors like myself. Daniel Haszard FMI http://www.zyprexa-victims.com
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