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Posted by Rudiger on October 17, 2001, at 13:51:19

Please discuss the role buprenorphine could play in treating patients who have not had the good fortune of responding to virtually all of the approaches you outlined in your talk. Given buprenorphine's exceedingly fast results in treating severe treatment-resistant depression (Bodkin et al) and its very low potential for "addiction," why is there no more research being done on it and why are so few doctors willing to even consider it? Thank you for your thoughts.




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