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January 27, 2019 • ISSUE 463

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The graph shows improvement in overall PTSD symptoms and depression for each treatment group. The findings indicated significant reductions in PTSD symptoms and depression for the TM group compared to health exposure; and ‘non-inferiority’ between TM and prolonged exposure, indicating that TM was comparable to prolonged exposure in reducing PTSD symptoms and depression.

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Findings indicated that 61 percent of the veterans assigned to learn and practice the TM technique experienced clinically meaningful improvement in PTSD symptoms, compared to 42 percent with prolonged exposure therapy, and 32 percent with health education. Clinically meaningful improvement is defined as a reduction of 10 or more points on the CAPS PTSD scale.

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