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Millions take antidepressants for chronic pain – but there’s little evidence the most commonly prescribed drugs work

By Hollie Birkinshaw, Research Fellow, Primary Care, University of Southampton
Tamar Pincus, Professor in Health Psychology and Dean, University of Southampton
Over 15 million prescriptions for amitriptyline were written in the UK last year. They probably did little to help people in chronic pain.The Conversation

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