A blog about the intersection of medicine and business, produced by the members of the Medical Consumerism seminar at the University of Minnesota.
Asymptomatic depression is a serious illness which may be more prevalent than previously thought. This article presents the novel hypothesis that patients who feel well are, in fact, patients who need treatment.Asymptomatic Depression: Hidden Epidemic and Huge Untapped MarketBonkers Institute for Nearly Genuine Researchwww.bonkersinstitute.org
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