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Re: Tentative remission on ketamine beckett2

Posted by SLS on January 2, 2023, at 16:05:34

In reply to Tentative remission on ketamine, posted by beckett2 on December 29, 2022, at 20:53:47

Hi, Beckett.

"Lumateperone normalizes pathological levels of acute *inflammation* through important pathways known to be involved in mood regulation"

I suggested to one person who failed to respond to lurasodone (Latuda) if they might look into lumateperone (Caplyta) for treating depression. I have not seen Latuda have a good track record for treating depression. Caplyta has an FDA indication for Bipolar I and II depression. Regarding inflammation, I found only one article describing inflammation as possibly being involved with the mechanism of action of lumaterpersone.

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