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Antidepressant Studies Suppressed?

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Antidepressant Studies Suppressed?

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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Most studies that get published about antidepressants are positive, while negative studies remain unpublished, according to a report in the New England Journal of Medicine.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.

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