MIT Developing Sketchy Vaccine for Soldiers’ PTSD


Researchers at MIT are developing what could possibly be a vaccine to prevent soldiers and others in high-trauma jobs from getting PTSD, or post-traumatic stress syndrome. It works by blocking ghrelin, a hormone produced in the stomach that regulates metabolism and is tied to cognitive functioning. It’s another example of treating a symptom, not the problem, with a drug that has dangerous side effects.

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