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Visit the National Library of Medicine's: MedlinePlus - En Espaρol

For information on clinical trials for depression: National Library of Medicine Clinical Trials Database. Information from NIMH is available in multiple formats. You can browse online, download documents in PDF, and order paper brochures through the mail. If you would like to have NIMH publications, you can order them online. If you do not have Internet access and wish to have information that supplements this publication, please contact the NIMH Information Resource Center at the numbers listed below.

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