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Depression Too Often Gets Deemed ‘Hard to Treat’ When Medication Falls Short

Three in four people who take antidepressants drugs don’t get complete relief – and then are often categorized as having “treatment-resistant depression.” Many patients are demoralized by the notion that their depression is “incurable.” But what if they’re trying the wrong treatment?