Drug Companies Want to Cheat on Studies

Many antidepressant trials fail because the placebo effect can be so powerful and highly variable. Many studies have proven that antidpressants work now better than placebo. Somewhere between 30 percent and 50 percent of patients in depression trials get better when given fake placebo pills. That number has increased and become more volatile over time, making it more difficult to prove that a drug works. In comparison, only about half of patients taking antidepressants find their symptoms...

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