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Aligning Depression Treatment to Patient Need Leads to Efficient Care, Penn Study Shows
March 17, 2017
PHILADELPHIA, March 17 -- The University of Pennsylvania issued the following news release:

Depression looks different in every person, making it a challenge to ensure that each receives the appropriate care. Many patients get treatment too intensive for their condition while others don't get enough.

Taking into account five predictive indicators, including severity of depression, hostility level, introversion, sleep problems and unemployment status, University of P . . .

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