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"There are approximately 900,000 sworn officers in the United States. According to some studies, 19 percent of them may have PTSD. Other studies suggest that approximately 34 percent suffer symptoms associated with PTSD but do not meet the standards for the full diagnosis."
Also is it possible that some officers never fully recover from some events and thus would be considered a disease?
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