Crowd Sourced Efficacy Response in Depression Treatments
October 7, 2010 11:10 AM Subscribe
posted by gallois (43 comments total)
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An interesting graph
based on the results of an informal user poll as to the response/efficacy to various treatments for depression.
"Fish oil, also popular, showed up as much less effective than [...] expected."
Neither scientific nor exhaustive (from an ongoing response base of 944) the graph gives a clear representation of what people have found to be effective in their own treatment. Here's a more descriptive version
of the graph that labels each plot point. Fill out the survey
to widen the sample base.
From the CureTogether Blog - "...patients around the world coming together to share quantitative information on over 500 medical conditions."