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Which OCD treatment works best? New brain study could lead to more personalized choices – Medical Xpress

New research could improve the odds that people with obsessive-compulsive disorder will receive a therapy that really works for them—something that eludes more than a third of those who currently get OCD treatment.

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New research could improve the odds that people with obsessive-compulsive disorder will receive a therapy that really works for themsomething that eludes more than a third of those who currently get OCD treatment.
The study, performed at the University of Michigan, suggests the possibility of predicting which of two types of therapy will help teens and adults with OCD: One that exposes them to the specific subject of their obsessive thoughts and compulsive behaviors, or one that focuses on gene…

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