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Why Do Some Depressed Outpatients Who Are In Remission According To The Hamilton Depression Rating Scale Not Consider Themselves To Be In Remission?

Research Summary | March 11, 2015

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Key Messages Although some patients with depression may attain the clinical standard of remission, not all of these patients may feel that they are in remission if they continue to experience low-level symptoms that negatively impact their quality of life. Results from a survey of 274 patients who were treated for major depressive disorder (MDD)…

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