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Dad-of-three Iraq veteran, 29, with suspected PTSD took his own life after medics were ‘too slow’ to diagnose illness

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Dad-of-three Iraq veteran, 29, with suspected PTSD took his own life after medics were ‘too slow’ to diagnose illness

THE family of a soldier who hanged himself after seeing “too much death” say he had post-traumatic stress disorder but doctors were too slow to diagnose it.

Dad-of-three Aidan Knight, from Crawley, West Sussex, was traumatised by his tour of Iraq but “bottled it all up”, his heartbroken mum says.

Aidan Knight's family say the NHS were too slow to diagnose the Iraq veteran with PTSD
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Aidan Knight’s family say the NHS were too slow to diagnose the Iraq veteran with PTSD[/caption]

He quit the army after five years, but in 2012 was dealt more heartbreak with the death of…

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