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Re: Ketamine linkadge

Posted by Iansf on July 13, 2007, at 1:17:32

In reply to Re: Ketamine, posted by linkadge on July 12, 2007, at 9:46:44

> I personally think without any induction of new brain cells, that this antidepressant response could "kick out" as rapidly as it kicks in.
> The plight of depression has been continually riddled with fast acting depression cures, so I think that follow up studies are neccesary to determine the nature of the effect.

Even if ketamine proves not to be an effective long-term antidepressant, it could prove very useful for getting people through crises while waiting for a long-term antidepressant to kick in. How much pain could be avoided, and how many lives saved, with something that could turn depression around overnight. Even if its effectiveness petered out after a few weeks, that could be exactly the time needed to get the effect out of a standard med.





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