Depression

An advisory panel to the FDA has recommended Johnson & Johnson's experimental nasal spray, which has a compound similar to often-abused ketamine, for patients suffering from depression.

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NEW YORK CITY—Repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation may help improve refractory depression in patients with borderline personality disorder, says research presented at the American Psychiatric Association’s annual meeting.

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NEW YORK CITY—Using pharmacogenomic testing to guide medication selection for patients with depression improved rates of response and remission, researchers reported at the American Psychiatric Association’s annual meeting.

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NEW YORK CITY—Esketamine nasal spray reduced symptoms in patients with treatment-resistant depression in two Phase 3 clinical trials, but the decrease was statistically significant in only one of the trials.

NEW YORK CITY—Early evidence suggests the tuberculosis drug D-cycloserine may ease treatment-resistant depression and supports further trials on its efficacy as a novel antidepressant, a research review found.

NEW YORK CITY—Exercise should be prescribed—not just recommended—for patients with depression, using specific techniques to boost patient buy-in and adherence, a team of military clinicians said at the American Psychiatric Association’s annual meeting.

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Carl Gommoll, MS. Richard Chen, PhD. Alix Bennett, PhD. Leslie Citrome, MD.

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