Japan government says tsunami survivo...

Japan government says tsunami survivors need long-term mental care to prevent suicide

There are 2 comments on the Neepawa Press story from Jun 10, 2011, titled Japan government says tsunami survivors need long-term mental care to prevent suicide. In it, Neepawa Press reports that:

Japan's government says survivors of the March 11 earthquake and tsunami need long-term mental health care to protect them from debilitating conditions that could lead to suicide.

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Branford, FL

#1 Jun 10, 2011
Horse manure. It's the mental health and Pharmacutical industry attempting to cash in on the disaster. Happens everytime.

Japanese people have gone through enough without being addicted to mind drugs.

Run the Mental Health parasites out of your school system where they congregate to get the young and naive.
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