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This site is intended primarily as a resource for list members, but access is unrestricted, and those who take medication are welcome along with those who prescribe it. "We are not priests with hidden holy books and a bird language which other people cannot understand."
If you take medication, it's important to be informed, but don't make any adjustments without the approval of your physician, who knows your medical condition, how you've responded to medication in the past, etc.
These tips are just that -- tips -- and not (with some exceptions) the results of scientific studies. They should not be construed as providing diagnosis, medical advice, or treatment. They have worked before and might work again, but they are not necessarily generalizable and should not be applied without attention to the particular situation and the involvement of a knowledgeable physician.
Please feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions, comments, or suggestions, but please also understand that I'm no longer able to continue to answer all my email personally.
Robert Hsiung, MD
Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychiatry
University of Chicago
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This introduction revised: May 17, 1999
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