Depression and Spinal Cord Injury, from the Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center

Depression is common and can affect anyone. About 1 in 20 Americans (over 11 million people) get depressed every year. Depression is even more common in the spinal cord injury (SCI) population – about one in five people. Estimated rates of depression among people with SCI range from 11% to 37%.

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