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How Trauma Changes Us

December 02, 2005

How Trauma Changes Us
Marian Fontana's husband was a firefighter who perished at the World Trade Centers. Sandro Galea is a medical epidemiologist whose research team interviewed 10,000 New Yorkers after the terrorist attacks of 2001. The two shared their perspectives on the psychological effects of mass trauma.