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TREATMENT-RESISTANT DEPRESSION

 

Major depression can be a challenging illness to treat. While approximately two thirds of depressed people will respond well to treatment, this leaves one third or almost 6 million people per year with “challenging depressions” or “treatment-resistant depression.”

 

If you have tried anti-depressant medication in the last 3 years without success, you may have a challenging depression or a treatment-resistant depression.  Scientists are seeking to develop new medications that may safely boost response for people with treatment-resistant or challenging depressions.  By participating in a clinical trial for new medications for treatment-resistant depression, you may help yourself as well as others who are continuing to suffer from persistent symptoms of depression.  Trials like this are essential to the advancement of medical science.

 

If you or someone you know has taken anti-depressant medication and continue/s to suffer from the symptoms of depression, you may qualify for one of our NO COST research studies on treatment-resistant depression. Our studies offer free thorough medical evaluations and study-related medication.

 

The test below may help you assess if you have a treatment resistant depression:

 

Challenging Depression or Treatment Resistant Depression Questionnaire:

 

Answer Yes or No

 

Yes/No      Have you taken any anti-depressant medication at anytime in the past 3 years and still continue to feel depressed or sad?

 

If the answer to this first question is Yes, please continue with the questionnaire.

 

Yes/No      Are you depressed, sad, empty or “low” four or more days a week?

 

Yes/No      Do you lack motivation?

 

Yes/No      Have you lost interest in things you previously enjoyed?

 

Yes/No      Do you have trouble falling asleep, staying asleep, or getting out of bed?

 

Yes/No      Do you have difficulty concentrating or remembering things?

 

Yes/No      Are you fatigued or lack energy?

 

Yes/No      Do you have feelings of worthlessness or guilt?

 

Yes/No      Do you have thoughts that life is not worth living or that you would be better off dead?

 

Yes/No      Has your appetite decreased?

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If you answered yes to Question 1 above, and yes to three or more other questions, you may be suffering from a challenging or treatment-resistant depression.

 

 

Call 1-888-STUDY-411 to speak to one of our knowledgeable, caring staff members to set up a consultation and perhaps apply for one of our research studies AT NO COST to you; or you may contact us by filling out the simple contact form above. One of our staff will call you within 24 hours.

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TREATMENT-RESISTANT DEPRESSION

 

Major depression can be a challenging illness to treat. While approximately two thirds of depressed people will respond well to treatment, this leaves one third or almost 6 million people per year with “challenging depressions” or “treatment-resistant depression.”

 

If you have tried anti-depressant medication in the last 3 years without success, you may have a challenging depression or a treatment-resistant depression.  Scientists are seeking to develop new medications that may safely boost response for people with treatment-resistant or challenging depressions.  By participating in a clinical trial for new medications for treatment-resistant depression, you may help yourself as well as others who are continuing to suffer from persistent symptoms of depression.  Trials like this are essential to the advancement of medical science.

 

If you or someone you know has taken anti-depressant medication and continue/s to suffer from the symptoms of depression, you may qualify for one of our NO COST research studies on treatment-resistant depression. Our studies offer free thorough medical evaluations and study-related medication.

 

The test below may help you assess if you have a treatment resistant depression:

 

Challenging Depression or Treatment Resistant Depression Questionnaire:

 

Answer Yes or No

 

Yes/No      Have you taken any anti-depressant medication at anytime in the past 3 years and still continue to feel depressed or sad?

 

If the answer to this first question is Yes, please continue with the questionnaire.

 

Yes/No      Are you depressed, sad, empty or “low” four or more days a week?

 

Yes/No      Do you lack motivation?

 

Yes/No      Have you lost interest in things you previously enjoyed?

 

Yes/No      Do you have trouble falling asleep, staying asleep, or getting out of bed?

 

Yes/No      Do you have difficulty concentrating or remembering things?

 

Yes/No      Are you fatigued or lack energy?

 

Yes/No      Do you have feelings of worthlessness or guilt?

 

Yes/No      Do you have thoughts that life is not worth living or that you would be better off dead?

 

Yes/No      Has your appetite decreased?

 

 

If you answered yes to Question 1 above, and yes to three or more other questions, you may be suffering from a challenging or treatment-resistant depression.

 

 

Call 1-888-STUDY-411 to speak to one of our knowledgeable, caring staff members to set up a consultation and perhaps apply for one of our research studies AT NO COST to you; or you may contact us by filling out the simple contact form below. One of our staff will call you within 24 hours.

Contact Info

 

1317 W. Foothill Blvd., Suite #200

Upland, CA 91786

 

studies@pcrmg.com

 

1.888.788.39411

 

 

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