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Therapeutic Areas: Psychiatry/Psychology | Neurology | Genetic Disease | Family Medicine
Disease Category: Bipolar Disorder
Location: United States, IL
Preventing the Recurrence of Depression in Bipolar Disorder
This study compares combination treatment with a mood stabilizer plus an antidepressant to treatment with the mood stabilizer alone and to gather information about the safety, tolerability and frequency of mood changes during continuation treatment. The purpose is to collect information about whether the combination treatment results in fewer returns of depressive symptoms compared to treatment with the mood stabilizer alone. Both study drugs are FDA-approved. Study participation can last up to 62 weeks.
Date Last Changed:
July 24, 2013
Linda SkaggsRush University Medical Center - Treatment Research Center1700 W. Van Buren Street, 5th FloorChicago, IL 60612Phone: 312-980-6356Fax: 312-942-2177
Research Center Information: Rush University Medical Center - Treatment Research Center
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