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From the NIH Stillbirth Collaborative Research Network, which includes Rollins.

Women who deliver a stillborn infant—but who have no history of depression—may be at a higher risk for long-lasting depression.

The depression may last beyond the six months most people require to recover from a major loss and persist for as long as 36 months.

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