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Re: Nardil vs. Parnate: Relative Effectiveness

Posted by ace on October 25, 2003, at 0:49:44

In reply to Nardil vs. Parnate: Relative Effectiveness, posted by Bob on October 24, 2003, at 20:01:39

> Why are about 95% of the MAOI related posts on this board about Nardil. Is it a reflection of the fact that Nardil is far and above the others, the most effective? Are Parnate and the others not nearly as good? Is there possibly a reluctance to prescribe the others for some non-medical reason?

Both are very good drugs. However, Nardil has the most consistently positive results. Indeed, it is very rare you find a non-respondent to Nardil. Parnate can really produce great responses, too.

When asked whether there was any alternative to Nardil, Fredrick Quitken MD replied (and I paraphrase): "No. It is the most effective medication. Effective in 95% of patients"

BTW, I might have spelt that dudes's name wrong! But he was a real pioneer for nardil in the early days. He did a lot of clinical trials whcih proved it's remarkable efficacy.





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