Lundbeck maps pandemic mental health impact on US residents

A partnership between Lundbeck and US-based nonprofit Mental Health America has been formed to identify areas where people are experiencing significant mental health struggles across the US.

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The Covid-19 pandemic has proven to be the world’s biggest health crisis in recent years, and in more ways than one.

Danish pharmaceutical firm Lundbeck and US-based nonprofit organization Mental Health America have partnered up to tackle the other side of the pandemic, the mental health impact, reports industry media Fierce Pharma.

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