Lancet Series Examines Burden Of Untreated Mental Health Disorders In India, China
New York Times: China and India Burdened by Untreated Mental Disorders
“The growing burden of untreated mental disorders in the world’s two most populous countries, India and China, cannot be adequately addressed without changes to their health care systems and by training folk healers to become collaborators, a new report has found. The analysis, published as a part of a series in the journals The Lancet and The Lancet Psychiatry, draws on years of medical surveys in those countries…” (Carey, 5/18).
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