Depression study to employ interactive image system

02/18/2013 | Dayton Daily News (Ohio)

The Walter Reed National Military Medical Center will use CNS Response's PEER Interactive technology in a depression study involving 2,000 patients. Doctors can use the technology to compare brain images through an online registry. The system is expected to help improve treatment decisions and address questions such as the relationship between suicide rates and antidepressant use among current and former service members.

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