Genetic variation linked to response to anxiety could inform personalised therapies

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            Credit:  Kevin Lee

Date night Credit: Kevin Lee

As many as one in three people affected by anxiety and depression does not respond to anti-depressants, so we need to find better treatments to help improve their quality of life

Andrea Santangelo

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