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Is Blood Testing for Unipolar and Bipolar Depression Coming?

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In medicine, diagnosis and evaluation are of critical importance for treatment planning and outcomes. Biological understanding of general medical conditions is further along than for psychiatric diagnosis, at least in part because of the complexity of the brain and the need for more sophisticated tools to understand how neuropsychiatric processes relate to mind and behavior, and what…




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Grant H Brenner

Grant H Brenner

Psychiatrist, Psychoanalyst, Entrepreneur, Writer, Speaker, Disaster Responder, Advocate, Photographer

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