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The 'Usual Care' of Major Depression in Primary Care Practice

Herbert C. Schulberg, PhD; Marian R. Block, MD; Michael J. Madonia, MSW; C. Paul Scott, MD; Judith R. Lave, PhD; Eric Rodriguez, MD; John L. Coulehan, MD

Arch Fam Med. 1997;6(4):334-339.

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