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Discussions

Consensus Discussion

 

Published: February 1, 1999

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Dr. Jamison: We want to try to achieve some consensus about what works, does not work, or has yet to be evaluated in suicide prevention. Then we will proceed to more specific questions about a general sense of the evidence regarding acute and long-term prevention of suicide with each class of treatment. We will start with the antidepressants to get a general sense of what we know and what has been presented to date.’ ‹’ ‹


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