The scientific and medical community has made huge strides in the research, treatment and understanding of depression in recent decades. From life-changing therapies to on-demand psychological counseling in your pocket, there are options for many of those battling major depressive disorder (MDD), AKA clinical depression, to get back to their healthiest lives. But what happens if treatments fail? For an estimated 2.8 million of the total 16.1 million depressed U.S. adults, treatment-resistant depression (TRD), a form of depression that does not respond to four forms of treatment, is their reality. Even worse, each failed treatment decreases their likelihood of their symptoms reducing, and there aren't currently many options available for them. Depression takes a devastating toll. That’s why we're forging ahead with recognized breakthrough research and development to expedite the review of innovative technology and ultimately aim to offer meaningful improvement in not only their symptoms, but their lives overall.