New finding may lead to better treatments for depression

While traditional antidepressants may make a world of difference for some people, the fact is that they don’t work for everyone. What’s more, even when they do work, they typically take at least several weeks to do so. There may be new hope for individuals suffering from depression, however, thanks to a discovery made at The Scripps Research Institute…
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