Do you suffer from depression?

Check the symptoms that sound like you:
button Feelings of sadness most of the time
button Loss of interest or pleasure in activities
button Changes in weight or appetite
button Sleeping too much or too little
button Feeling guilty or worthless
button Difficulty concentrating or making decisions
button Fatigue or loss of energy
button Irritability
button Feeling hopeless, helpless
button Tried antidepressants but didn't improve enough
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The experts at Summit Research Network are dedicated to helping you understand your condition and answer your questions.

What is depression?

Depression is a real medical condition. The course it takes can be different from person to person and not all antidepressants work the same for everyone. The symptoms of depression are related to complex biochemical changes in the brain. Research evidence suggests that chemical messengers such as serotonin and norepinephrine lose their normal balance in areas of the brain that affect mood, pleasure, sleep, appetite and energy.

Why participate in a research study?

When you participate in a clinical trial, you may gain access to an investigational medication. Before enrolling you will be given all the details and information you need to decide whether a study is right for you. Your participation also helps others by contributing to medical research. By participating, you will receive research medication, study related medical care, psychological and medical evaluations, physical exams and lab work. All of these services are provided at no cost to those who qualify. Health insurance is not required.

Depression is very treatable and is an illness, not a permanent condition.”
# Philip M. Bolton, MD, Summit Research Network

Summit Research Network is currently seeking individuals experiencing symptoms of depression to participate in research studies of investigational medications for depression. If you are selected, all research-related care and study medications will be provided at no cost. For information on our current studies, please call us, or fill out the form below and we will contact you.

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