Prolonged exposure therapy for combat- and terror-related posttraumatic stress disorder: A randomized control comparison with treatment as usual

Nitzah Nacasch, Edna B. Foa*, Jonathan D. Huppert, Dana Tzur, Leah Fostick, Yula Dinstein, Michael Polliack, Joseph Zohar

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