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Depression

21 February 2011

Support groups work well for treating depression

A new analysis of existing research finds that peer support may do a better job of treating depression than standard care.

A new analysis of existing research finds that peer support may do a better job of treating depression than standard care.

The researchers combined the results of the studies and reported their findings online in advance of publication in the journal General Hospital Psychiatry.

Research on depression

 

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