How the Long-Term Side Effects Of Antidepressants are Hidden From Patients

Executive Summary

  • Antidepressants are quick to be prescribed to patients. However, nearly all patients are kept in the dark about long-term side effects.


The medical establishment has made enormous sums from SSRIs, the dominant category of antidepressants. A significant part of this has been minimizing the side effects of antidepressants. However, even lesser known is the long-term side effects.

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