NARSAD Grantees Part of Team To Show Talk Therapy Helps Young OCD Patients

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John S. March, MD, MPH
John S. March, MD, MPH

A recent 12-week study conducted by a team including John S. March, MD, MPH and Scott Compton, PhD indicates that cognitive behavioral therapy, in addition to medication, significantly improves the symptoms of OCD in children 7-17 years old

 

 

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