"Enough of the horror!"
The fundraising drive "sparked the compassion of donors" to lift the medical debt of service members, veterans and their families.
That combination has touched off a behind-the-scenes race by private companies, some offering questionable – or at least unproven – treatments for the signature injury of modern war: post-traumatic stress disorder.
So what is the solution? How can the U.S. rein in this epidemic of suicide among active duty troops and vets?