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Co-treatment of heart failure and depression improves quality of life

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New research from the Hopeful Heart Trial at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine has found that telephone-delivered care—blending treatment for heart failure and co-morbid depression—improves mental health-related quality of life and mood symptoms more than doctors' usual care for these conditions. Preliminary findings were presented today at a plenary late-breaking clinical trials session at the American College of Cardiology's Scientific Session in New Orleans. more

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