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Global Mental Health: Millions in war zones suffer mental illnesses

The World Health Organization says one in five people in war zones is dealing with depression, anxiety or post-traumatic stress. Many suffer from severe forms of mental illnesses. It says there's need for mental healthcare in these regions. Craig Vermay reports. #WHO #War

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