Considerations In Managing Major Depressive Disorder In Patients With Comorbid Cardiovascular Disease

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Major depressive disorder (MDD) is often seen in patients with comorbid medical conditions. Selection of pharmacologic and nonpharmacological treatment options as well as other management strategies can be difficult to navigate due to the complicated pathophysiology in the underlying disorders and the complex nature of the therapies. In this exciting virtual forum two experts, Madhukar…

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