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Letters to the Editor

Reply to “The Continuum Hypothesis of Mood Disorders”

Thomas Munk Laursen, MSc, PhD; Trine Munk-Olsen, MSc, PhD; Merete Nordentoft, MPH, PhD; and Preben Bo Mortensen, DMSc

Published: July 31, 2008

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Sir: We thank Dr. Benazzi for his interesting comments onthe findings in our article. Psychiatric family history andcourse of the disorder are, as Dr. Benazzi states, among themore "classic" validators. In previous publications, using thesame cohort, we have examined psychiatric family history as arisk factor.’ ‹


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Volume: 69

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