As London prepares to remember the war dead this Sunday, it's also worth thinking about those still living with the impact of conflict. In Camden, an NHS clinic offers a unique service to help veterans cope with post traumatic and combat stress.
For former military personnel it can be a life saver - especially as this time of remembrance can bring back difficult memories of the front line. Ruth Banks went to see the work they do.
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