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So simple and so meaningful: An approach to mental health after violence
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    Mental health after violence

    Dear Editor

    Peruvians and Nepali people have something to share - endless social violence. Nepal does not have a colonial ruler and so often does not have access to the modern world.

    Our community has undergone very tramatic experiences of soldiers dying and rebels on the screen every day. This may account for the recent sharp rise in mental disorders.

    The method applied in the article by JJ Mir...

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