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Re: The 'antidepressants dont work' thing

Posted by Zonked on July 28, 2011, at 10:08:59

In reply to The 'antidepressants dont work' thing, posted by jono_in_adelaide on July 28, 2011, at 5:25:41

So many kinds of depression, so many treatments. Sometimes, I wonder if I'm a mix of the two types you mention, although that's a bit two dimensional. One of the things that keeps of hopeful, even in the worst moments of despair, is that treating depression is highly profitable for the pharmaceutical companies. These things we postulate about may one day become real treatments. Then on the other hand, cures are NOT profitable. I wonder what treatment for this illness (or illnesses with similar symptoms lumped under the same diagnoses) will look like in 20 years? Maybe a bit better. Have you ever been treated in the US, jono? If so, how would you compare treatment of affective disorders in Australia to treatment in the US? Just curious.




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