I don't believe the diagnosis will be refuted. In the past, I have noticed that it could be rejected sometimes, following our recommendations on retaining a soldier in the Canadian Forces. I agree with Dr. Jetly in terms of the diagnosis not being refuted as such. But, at my level, it can happen that we try to convince the Canadian Forces to keep someone with a diagnosis like that.
I have often noticed in the past that the treating specialist's recommendations were not always accepted by the mental health bureaucratic system in the Canadian Forces. That's a fact. There are all kinds of reasons for that.
Personally, I am not a clinician. I try to get involved as much as I can, but, at some stage, the doctor's recommendations come into play.
I have actually noticed that in the past.