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Rush to receive $45 million, its largest single donation ever, to help veterans with PTSD

CHICAGO - Rush University Medical Center will receive up to $45 million - its largest single donation ever - from the Wounded Warrior Project to provide mental health services to thousands of additional veterans.

Rush will put the cash toward its Road Home Program, which treats veterans with post-traumatic stress disorder, traumatic brain injuries, depression, anxiety and related conditions at no cost to patients. The program, which also helps the families of veterans, has

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