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Antidepressant Efficacy Evaluated in Psychotherapy and Psychosomatics - Pigot, Leventhal, Alter, Boren - NeuroAdvantage and American University

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Posted: 17 Aug, 2010
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The following link is to the following article, that evaluates the (lack of) effectiveness of antidepressants:

Pigott, H.E., Leventhal, A.M., Alter, G.S., and Boran, J.J. (2010) Efficacy and Effectiveness of Antidepressants: Current Status of Research. Psychotherapy and Psychosomatics (79) 267-279.

Antidepressants are not significantly better than placebo, and have significant side effects.

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