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In New Study, Duloxetine Was Equally Effective, Regardless of,Switch Method, in Reducing Painful Symptoms in Ssri Non- or,Partial-responders with Depression

loxetine in SSRI non- and partial-responders: Effects on painful physical symptoms of depression. Presented at the American Psychiatric Association 160th Annual Meeting, San Diego, 23 May 2007
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