Antidepressants No Better Than Placebo

Last updated March 27, 2021

That is true. We heard about this study some months ago (in 2009), but recently a television station did a news story on it. You can find that news story below:

We have a more comprehensive write up about it in the Recovery Support area. Member's can find the link to it in Chapter 14.

You can also find more information about this in our article "Chemical Imbalance theory proven false."

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