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This debilitating condition not only challenges the person, but also all those that the person has relationships with. Depression can be a major depressive disorder, but it may also be a normal reaction to certain life events, a symptom of some bodily ailments or a side effect of some drugs and medical treatments.

We created this site to help people by providing current information and to create a social community where people can voice their challenges and look for solutions that is helping others.

We are optimistic in this battle, and have significant plans moving forward to win this battle for humanity to help build a better tomorrow.

Free 800 Concierge Service - Agent photoTRPN has established an 800 number concierge service to help you refer patients to clinical trials currently being conducted on depression.
If you have patients suffering from depression finding the right clinical trial may be the cure for what many think is an incurable disease.
Please call us at 1 (844) 280-4495 to see if there is an applicable clinical trial near you.

User Submitted Stories

When The BLACKNESS Comes

“…I first experienced the blackness 38 years ago. I was visiting Asia for the first time. I had traveled alone many times but somehow on that occasion I was accompanied by a loneliness which permeated my entire being. I came home and a young doctor gave me some vitamin injections. He did make a very good point when he told me that most of us were born with some sort of weakness. It could be in the stomach or in the form of a bad back…”

Participating in Clinical Trial for Depression

“Participating in a Clinical Trial for Depression has been extremely beneficial for me.

Not only do I feel a renewed sense of hope in my life, I have also experienced comfort, understanding and support from Dr. Murphy and his wonderful staff. I look forward to my visits with Dr. Murphy and feel as though I am in trusted hands…”

Don’t Give Up, Get Help for Depression Now

“Rock Star (yes my real name)
I was a star on the outside dying on the inside. Now I am coming back and then some! You can too.

Suffering the relentless horror of extreme fear and depression I feel so fortunate to have stumbled into a clinical trials research site. Was I intimidated? Was I scared? Of course but I was desperate. I met Dr. Murphy. I believe being a clinical researcher he had the insight and understanding of medications needed to help me control my symptoms,…”

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