For more information on the results of the survey or to conduct an interview with a patient living with depression, GeneSight® expert or DBSA expert, please email or call:

Marie Mount Denise Suttman
mmount@myriad.com denise@rickmillercommunications.com
(513) 317-9672 (513) 456-0960

For more information on the results of the survey or to conduct an interview with a patient living with depression, GeneSight® expert or DBSA expert, please email or call:

Marie Mount
mmount@myriad.com
(513) 317-9672
Denise Suttman
denise@rickmillercommunications.com
(513) 456-0960

Multimedia Release

Understanding Depression

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Experiencing Depression

We also have a limited number of physical kits that include elements for you to experience some symptoms of depression to share with your viewers/readers/listeners and bring the story to life. If you are interested in a kit, please email the media contacts listed above.

About the GeneSight Test

The GeneSight Psychotropic test from Myriad Genetics is the category-leading pharmacogenomic test for certain medications commonly prescribed for depression, anxiety and other psychiatric conditions. The GeneSight test can help inform doctors about how a patient’s genes that may impact how they metabolize or respond to certain psychiatric medications. It has been given to more than one million patients by tens of thousands of clinicians to provide genetic information that is unique to each patient. The GeneSight test supplements other information considered by a doctor as part of a comprehensive medical assessment. Learn more at GeneSight.com.

About Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance

The Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance (DBSA) is a not-for-profit, 501(c)(3) organization that provides hope, help, support and education to serve the estimated 21 million people throughout the U.S. who live with mood disorders. Programs and resources are offered through our website, dbsalliance.org, and through our 500+ support groups and 150+ chapters across the country.

DBSA emphasizes the value of peer support as a crucial resource for wellness. The term peer describes someone who lives with a mood disorder. DBSA believes in the strength and resilience of each person and supports the individual’s right to create his/her/their own path to wellness. DBSA also serves caregivers, families and friends of people living with mood disorders because family and social support are central to wellness.

About Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance

The Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance (DBSA) is a not-for-profit, 501(c)(3) organization that provides hope, help, support and education to serve the estimated 21 million people throughout the U.S. who live with mood disorders. Programs and resources are offered through our website, dbsalliance.org, and through our 500+ support groups and 150+ chapters across the country.

DBSA emphasizes the value of peer support as a crucial resource for wellness. The term peer describes someone who lives with a mood disorder. DBSA believes in the strength and resilience of each person and supports the individual’s right to create his/her/their own path to wellness. DBSA also serves caregivers, families and friends of people living with mood disorders because family and social support are central to wellness.

The GeneSight Mental Health Monitor is a nationwide survey of U.S. adults conducted by ACUPOLL Precision Research, Inc. in March 2021. The survey was conducted among a statistically representative sample of U.S. adults age 18+, including a U.S. representative sample of adults who have been diagnosed with depression. The margin of error in survey results for the total base population at a 95% confidence interval is +/- 3%.

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