Blood Test Helps Doctors Treat Depression

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Researchers from UT Southwestern have developed a blood test (just a prick of the finger) that may help physicians ability to prescribe initial drug treatments. Researchers believe these results could be applied to a variety of commonly prescribed anti-depressants. The more accurate doctors are able to find the best prescriptions the more likely patients are to continue treatments.

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