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AV 2. Timeline: Somatic Treatments for Depression (00:39)
Robert M. A. Hirschfeld, MD
Treatments for depression have evolved tremendously over the last 100 years. Did you know that the first antidepressant medicine of the 20th century was amphetamine? Read this activity to update your understanding of the prevalence and burden of depression and to review how depression treatments came about, even serendipitously!
Supported by an educational grant from Mylan Specialty L.P. (formerly known as Dey Pharma, L.P.).
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