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New Target in Brain for Treating Depression — The BMP Pathway

A significant number of patients do not respond to antidepressant drugs, and some even feel worse, a somber fact that emphasizes the urgent need to find other treatment options. In a new study on mice, scientists at Northwestern Medicine have discovered a pathway in the brain that may be a promising new drug target for […]
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