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Bias Found in Drug Trial Reports / Makers of Antidepressants Often Don't Publish Less-Than-Positive Results, New Study Says

Health & Wellness  (tags: drugs, depression, antidepressants, study )

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"The bottom line for people considering an antidepressant, I think, is that they should be more circumspect about taking it," he said, "and not be so shocked if it doesn't work the first time and think something's wrong with them."


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Ja'Krinda be'Suvwl (2)
Saturday January 19, 2008, 9:29 am
This is important news! It shows how drug manufacturers sometimes lie to get FDA approval. I do not take either Paxil or Prozac but I do have a friend who takes Prozac and swears by it. I emailed her a link to the San Francisco Chronicle article! This is imporatnt for all users of either of these drugs to know.

Ja'Krinda be'Suvwl (2)
Saturday January 19, 2008, 9:30 am
Where is my comment?

Ja'Krinda be'Suvwl (2)
Saturday January 19, 2008, 9:30 am
Never mind. It showed up a minutes later.
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