Antidepressant Studies Suppressed? A report in the New England Journal of Medicine says most studies that get published about antidepressants are positive, while negative studies remain unpublished. We speak with Dr. Steven Nissen, who proposes that all studies be placed in a public registry.
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Antidepressant Studies Suppressed?

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Antidepressant Studies Suppressed?

Antidepressant Studies Suppressed?

Antidepressant Studies Suppressed?

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Most studies that get published about antidepressants are positive, while negative studies remain unpublished, according to a report in the New England Journal of Medicine. Dr. Steven Nissen discusses a bill he worked on that would require all drug studies to be placed in a public registry. He shares his theory on why studies are being suppressed with Alex Cohen.