antidepressant drug


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USA], Dec 21 ( ANI ): Antidepressant drug clomipramine may help combat the course of multiple sclerosis (MS), suggests a study.
In contrast, little variation was found in suicide risk across antidepressant drugs in the adult subjects.
Tooker's doctor prescribed Remeron, an antidepressant drug in a class of its own, but sometimes referred to as an SNRI.
It is also worth remembering that medications having depressogenic effects could counteract antidepressant drug therapy, and perhaps render it ineffective.
Women under 40 can respond differently than women over 40 to the same antidepressant drug, a finding that perhaps reflects hormonal changes across the female life cycle.
He pointed out that a person is likely to respond to the same antidepressant drug that has been used effectively to treat a family member.
In-depth analysis of the current and future antidepressant drug class market across the US, Japan, France, Germany, Italy, Spain and the UK.
M2 EQUITYBITES-August 19, 2015-Lannett passes US FDA approval for launch of generic antidepressant drug ABILIFY
M2 PHARMA-August 19, 2015-Lannett passes US FDA approval for launch of generic antidepressant drug ABILIFY
3 December 2009 - Anglo-Swedish pharma major AstraZeneca plc (LON:AZN) (STO:AZN) has signed a cooperation and licence agreement for antidepressant drug TC-5214 developed by US biopharmaceutical company Targacept Inc (NASDAQ: TRGT) .
Interestingly, the manufacturer of a popular antidepressant drug funded a study that appears to have been designed in such a way as to make St.
This is despite the fact that the evidence base for some of this is not impressive: eg antidepressant drug treatment trials often report placebo responses only slightly below active drug responses.
A MERSEYSIDE law firm could be bringing a case on behalf of dozens of people who say they have become hooked on an antidepressant drug.