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11.29.12

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Depression, Pain, and Comorbid Medical Conditions

J. Sloan Manning, MD and W. Clay Jackson, MD

Patients with medical conditions, such as pain, inflammation, and diabetes, are at an increased risk for developing depression, and vice versa. View this multimedia slide show to learn about the co-occurrence of these conditions, why this bi-directional relationship may happen, and what that means for the treatment of your patients with depression, pain, and comorbid medical conditions.

Supported by an educational grant from Lilly USA, LLC.

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