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(NECN) - Praise has been constant for first responders and medical personnel who raced to save lives in the aftermath of the Boston Marathon attacks.
But there is also a burden to the role of emergency hero.
Dr. Jo Shapiro from Brigham and Women’s Hospital joins NECN to talk about supporting care providers who were traumatized by the bombings.
She says the outreach was created for those who put others before themselves, and that these responders also need emotional help in times of crisis.
Watch the attached video for more.