Harvard Provost says Depression will Continue until Families get Involved

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Awareness of depression, new treatments, and research reached new highs in the 1990s, leading many to believe that an end to depression was in sight. But, many people with serious depression are still not getting treatment. Family and social issues have to be addressed in order to help these people, according to Dr. Steven Hyman, provost of Harvard University and former director of the National Institute of Mental Health.

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