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Immune cells outside brain may regulate vulnerability to depression

A new study shows that immune cells outside the brain may regulate propensity to develop depression. Depression is a chronic disorder with a devastating impact on the quality of life, health and life expectancy of those who suffer from the disorder. The underlying causes of the disorder remain something of a mystery.
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