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Depression Study Seeks Subjects

Oct 29, 2013 01:51PM

A research study at the University of Arizona is studying the effects of an alternative treatment for major depressive disorder. Scientists are looking for subjects 18 to 65 that are depressed, but not currently taking antidepressant medication. Participants will experience different levels of whole-body infrared heating and its effect on their condition. Compensation will be provided and the study has been approved by the UA IRB.

For more information, call Kim Kelly at 520-314-7492, email [email protected] or visit mddstudy.org.

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