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In a previous study, HMT made the connection between phosphoric acid and depression and found that those patients with depression have lower concentrations of ethanolamine phosphate. Researchers are able to use the blood test to diagnose patients with depression and have an 82 percent success rate.
Originally posted by sinthia
Depression is a very real ailment, and a blood test is unneccessary, unless the doctor thinks the patient is faking?
The blood test is only usefull if it leads to effective treatment. A blood test to confirm that someone has depression is a joke.