Opioid Users in Justice System Need Testing for Depression, Mood Disorders: Study

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Researchers found that almost half of a sample group under community supervision in Washington DC had not been examined by a physician for signs of mental distress. But after testing, some 30 percent tested positive for moderate depression and 21 percent were diagnosed with bipolar disorder . . .

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