Explore an option for your child's depression. Care from psychiatrist, no-cost study drug, or placebo. Qualifications:
Are you the parent or legal guardian of a child/young adult that is 7-17 years of age?[br>â€¢ Is your child/young adult suffer from diagnosed depression or believes child/young adult to be depressed?[br>â€¢ Your child/young adult is currently NOT being treated with ADD or ADHD with medication[br>â€¢ Child/young adult is not currently (or within the past 30 days) participating in another clinical research study[br>â€¢ Your child/young adult is currently not suffering from or receiving treatment for the following medical conditions[br>— Bipolar Disorder[br>— Schizophrenia[br>— Eating Disorder (Anorexia or Bulimia)[br>— Seizure Disorders[br>â€¢ You do not have a family history (parents or siblings) of bipolar disorder or suicide
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