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In high school, Kate Fowler started having terrible nightmares. Her younger sister would be chased by monsters, or assaulted by strange men, or trapped in a burning house. Sometimes Kate saved her sister. Most of the time she couldn’t. At night, Kate was afraid to fall asleep; during the day, she felt anxious and depressed. Kate’s parents, Nancy and Loren, took her to therapists and psychiatrists, who prescribed medication used to treat PTSD. Nothing seemed to work. “We had a whole mental health team around her, but this poor child couldn’t sleep,” Nancy Fowler told me.Last fall, Kate matriculated at Texas Lutheran University, in Seguin, where she planned to major in biology. She hoped to become a doctor—perhaps an oncologist, like her uncle. After finishing…
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