Is This About To Revolutionize Antidepressants?

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Wouldn’t it be nice if psychiatrists could stick patients with depression in an EEG and find out what antidepressant, like an SSRI, might be best for them, eliminating months of trial and error? A new study shows how that might be coming to a doctor’s office near you.

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