USA Today explores the ongoing debate over memory-dampening drugs, which proponents argue will help millions of people with post-traumatic stress disorders, including veterans and assault victims. Along with medical researchers and neuroscientists, Professor Adam Kolber, an expert in bioethics, defends the treatment. He told USA Today, "We ask people in emergency rooms to make all sorts of hard decisions. Asking them whether they would like the emotional toll of their memories lowered doesn't seem too much."
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