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Randomized Controlled Trial in Depressed Older Primary Care Patients : A Reducing Suicidal Ideation and Depressive Symptoms

  title={Randomized Controlled Trial in Depressed Older Primary Care Patients : A Reducing Suicidal Ideation and Depressive Symptoms},
  author={Martha L Bruce and Charles F. Reynolds and Herbert C. Schulberg and Benoit H. Mulsant and Gregory K Brown and Gail J. McAvay and Jane L. Pearson and George S. Alexopoulos},
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