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Charles B. Nemeroff, MD, PhD

Published: November 15, 2005

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Despite recent advances in the understanding and management of depression and anxiety, these disorders remain a challenge for the practicing clinician. As many as one third of patients with depression do not respond to monotherapy with an antidepressant.1Thehuman and economic impact of depression remains high; unipolar depression is expected tobecome the most common cause of disability in developed countries within the next severalyears.2‘ ‹


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