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More than Half of Depression Patients Give up Their Treatment

Caption: Most patients who take anti-depressants give up their treatment in less than six months, the minimum period recommended for treating severe depression and other derived pathologies. This is the conclusion of a new study carried out by Catalan researchers, which reveals that only 25 percent continue their treatment for more than 11 months.

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