Q&A With John T. Walkup From Weill Cornell Medical College: Diagnosing and Treating Pediatric Anxiety Disorders

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There are many conditions which pediatricians and other health care professionals are well prepared to handle, recent research has shown a considerable amount of work remains to be done for the youngest anxiety patients.

There are many conditions which pediatricians and other health care professionals are well prepared to handle, recent research has shown a considerable amount of work remains to be done for the youngest anxiety patients.

John T. Walkup, MD, from Weill Cornell Medical College discussed some ways that treatment can be best provided during the American Psychological Association's annual meeting in Toronto.

Because children with anxiety disorders are not always well cared for it is important for doctors to know what they are looking for and find ways to get them the treatment they need.

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