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Depression: low serotonin may not be the cause – but antidepressants still work

By Andrew M McIntosh, Professor of Biological Psychiatry, University of Edinburgh
Cathryn Lewis, Professor of Genetic Epidemiology & Statistics, King's College London
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Just because we don’t understand the precise mechanism behind depression, doesn’t mean we should dismiss drugs that are known to be effective.The Conversation

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