November 2011
New Mobility;Nov2011, Vol. 22 Issue 218, p27
The article focuses on depression wherein according to Adam Kaplin, psychiatric consultant at John Hopkins Hospital, states that depression occurs at a rate as high as 50 percent for those with multiple sclerosis (MS) and ranks as a leading cause of death for those with transverse myelitis (TM).


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