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Introduction: The Role of Enteric-Coated Fluoxetine Once-Weekly in Achieving Optimal Outcomes in the Long-Term Treatment of Depression

David J. Kupfer, MD

Published: January 8, 2001

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Long-term treatment with antidepressants is essentialif optimal outcomes are to be achieved for patients suffering from depression. Despite the considerable advancein recent years in our understanding of the courseand treatment of major depressive disorder, psychiatry remainschallenged by significant gaps in the adequacy ofour therapeutics.’ ‹


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