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Tackling Partial Response to Depression Treatment

Published: August 19, 2009

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Michael E. Thase, MD, defined the clinical remission of a depressive episode as a complete relief of the signs and symptoms of the presenting episode. 1 The individual should also return to his or her normal level of social and functional capacity.

The Sequenced Treatment Alternatives to Relieve Depression (STAR*D) study of 2,876 patients found that nearly 80% of patients had chronic or recurrent depression.2

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