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Doctors often miss depression symptoms for certain groups – a routine screening policy for all adult primary care patients could significantly reduce the gap

By Maria Garcia, Assistant Professor of Medicine, University of California, San Francisco
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Men, older adults, people with language barriers and racial and ethnic minorities are less likely to be screened for depression.The Conversation

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