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Why Settle for Silver, When You Can Go for Gold? Response vs. Recovery as the Goal of Antidepressant Therapy.

Stephen M. Stahl

Published: April 30, 1999

Article Abstract

How can response be turned into remission? If one agent generates response but not remission, it is theoretically possible and frequently observed empirically that another agent may do the job. Unfortunately, there is little to guide the rational selection of second-line treatment for a partial responder.

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