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Citalopram similarly effective for depression in older, younger adults

October 10, 2017

Treatment responses to citalopram were comparable among older and younger adults with major depressive disorder, according to recent findings.

“In many health conditions, younger patients experience better recovery than elderly patients. This study shows that patients with major depressive disorder can experience improvement in functioning and quality of life after treatment, no matter their age,” study researcher Waguih William IsHak, MD, of Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Los Angeles, said in a press release.

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