Cancer patients get few benefits from antidepressants

06/4/2007 | Age (Melbourne, Australia), The

Australian researchers say cancer patients who are prescribed antidepressants for deep sadness or anxiety get no benefit from the drugs. They say their study using sertraline, marketed as Zoloft, found the treatment should be used on those with the "proven indication" of depression.

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