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    Major Depressive Disorder and Treatment Resistance

    August 4, 2019

    Asking for help with major depression can be difficult. Following doctor’s orders over weeks or months and then discovering you have a treatment-resistant disorder is even harder.

    ‘Have hope. There are many options available to treat what is known as a “treatment-resistant mood or anxiety disorder.”

    Psychiatrist and author, Dr. Bruce A Kehr explains the Biopsychosocial model of treatment, which often includes genetic testing.

    “Treatment-resistance occurs in a variety of mood disorders including depression, bipolar disorder and even schizophrenia; as well as many anxiety syndromes, such as obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD).”

    A patient’s personal genome reveals unique DNA data to help doctors prescribe medication and other non-medical treatments more precisely.

    Learn how can DNA testing can help treatment resistant depression. Read on…

    Topics: depression, pharmacogenetic testing, treating mental illness, Dr. Bruce Kehr

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