Searching for Home: Iraq Veteran Russell Toll and Dr. Amit Etkin, MD, PhD (Clip) | KCET
Searching for Home: Iraq Veteran Russell Toll and Dr. Amit Etkin, MD, PhD (Clip)
This clip from "Searching for Home: Coming Back from War," features Veteran Russell Toll served as a tank commander in Iraq. He is now attending Stanford University, under the tutelage of Dr. Amit Etkin, MD, PhD, and is seeking a breakthrough to PTSD.
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