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Many epilepsy patients who fail to take medications experience depression

Many patients who fail to take their antiseizure medications are suffering from depression, researchers have found. Previous studies have found a high incidence of depression in people with epilepsy, but this is the first research to show a direct link between depression and medication nonadherence.
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