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Scientists create blood test for depression and bipolar disorder – Open Access Government

Indiana University of Medicine researchers spent four years developing a blood test to identify depression and bipolar disorder

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Over four years, a team in Indianapolis looked at how precision medicine could change the ambiguous and often lengthy process of getting a mental health diagnosis.
They worked with over 300 participants, logging their blood biomarkers. Professor Alexander B Niculescu, Psychiatry at IU School of Medicine, led the research team. In the past, he figured out how blood biomarkers could signal suicidality, pain, PTSD and Alzheimer’s disease.
Despite progress in addressing mental health stigma, people…

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