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A revolutionary breakthrough therapy for depression sufferers could lead to an end to long term mental illness, saving the NHS millions in expensive psychiatrist wages and help boost the economy with the total elimination of depression related absences from work. As reported in NewsThump, the new therapy was discovered by Simon Williams, a middle manager from an undisclosed location in England who told staff member Eleanor Gay that she should "just cheer up a bit" after she told him about her condition, leading to a full recovery from her lifelong illness. Sources within the Department for Health have told use that Jeremy Hunt is planning to bring Mr Williams in as an advisor for the Ministry to see if can come up with any more ground breaking no-nonsense treatments for other illnesses, such as losing limbs, or blunt head trauma.