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Drugs, suicide link is not new

By Carolyn Y. Johnson
September 21, 2004

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Although suicide was linked officially to antidepressant use in children only last week, the connection is not new and the risks may not stop at puberty. Suspicions first raised in the late 1980s never were scientifically established because company data were kept private and because it is tricky to prove why a depressed person committed suicide. (Full Article: 461 Words)

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