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Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitors (SSRIs): Past, Present and Future

Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitors (SSRIs): Past, Present and Future by S. Clare Stanford
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he SSRIs have had a major impact on the treatment of depression and one, Prozac, has even attained cult status. Yet, their predecessors are still used with impunity and we have no definitive explanation for their therapeutic effects. In reviewing the established and novel indications for treatment with these drugs, SSRIs: Past, Present and Future, incorporates a frank and detailed appraisal of their safety, efficacy and tolerability as well as exploring their underlying neurobiology.

This book is specifically designed to be accessible and instructive to both students and experts in the clinical and preclinical sciences. Whenever feasible, individual chapters integrate material from these two areas and they all start by outlining the background to each topic before discussing more specialized research. As a result, readers who are dedicated to one of branch of this field will be encouraged to increase their understanding of, and interest in, others.
Landes Bioscience; January 1999
237 pages; ISBN 9781587064272
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Title: Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitors (SSRIs): Past, Present and Future
Author: S. Clare Stanford