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New Hope for Adults with Bipolar-ADHD Syndrome

February 21, 2011 by  
Filed under Depression

A Denver psychiatrist has found in long-term clinical studies that many adults with bipolar disorders can achieve a remarkable, stable recovery by taking stimulant medications along with conventional mood stabilizers. They are suffering from an inherited syndrome of childhood-onset bipolar disorder with ADHD and do not respond fully to conventional bipolar treatment. Dr. William Niederhut has published his findings in a new book, "The COBAD Syndrome: New Hope for People Suffering from the Inherited Syndrome of Childhood-Onset Bipolar Disorder with ADHD."

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