Correlation of Campbell Score With Suicidal Ideation – Clinical Trial The Campbell Score is a blood based means of assessing molecules believed to be associated with suicidal ideation and in some cases successful suicide. Identifier: NCT04606875

Suicide is a Major Problem: In 2017, in the USA, suicide was the second leading cause of death among individuals between the ages of 10 and 34, with twice as many suicides as there were homicides . Suicide is significantly more prevalent in veterans, in which approximately 20 deaths per day occur.

New Approaches are Needed: Psychotherapy and current drug interventions have not significantly reduced the rate of suicide. In fact, suicide rates have increased approximately 60% since 1981.

Campbell Neurosciences is committed to establishing a biological basis for diagnosis and treatment of suicide and its causes, including Schizophrenia and other mental health disorders, thereby eliminating the stigma of the disease.

1 in 5 Adults Suffer from a Mental Illness During Period of One Year 

There are 40,000 Psychiatrists in the USA Each Sees 20 Patients a Day 

Behavioral Health Market Expected to be 240 Billion by 2026