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Re: What you think of research on long term SSRI use

Posted by Larry Hoover on December 26, 2016, at 23:30:09

In reply to What you think of research on long term SSRI use, posted by Prefect on December 26, 2016, at 19:29:57

> Some research has shown long term SSRI use perturbs receptors and causes untreatable major depressive disorder. Any opinions on this research?

The abstract to this paper included the following: "Depressed patients who ultimately become treatment resistant FREQUENTLY have had a positive initial response to antidepressants and INVARIABLY have received these agents for prolonged time periods at high doses."

I bolded two words to emphasize them. The latter clause may stand on its own, but it has no relevance to the former statement whatsoever. What are the statistics that validate these rhetorical statements?

Can anyone supply me with the full-text of this paper? I call POLITICS not SCIENCE here.





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