Combining antipsychotics is becoming more common

      Combining antipsychotics is becoming more common...for patients who don't respond to monotherapy.

      Some physicians combine an atypical antipsychotic with an older agent...or even combine two atypical drugs.

      The atypicals have different effects...due to differences in their receptor activities.

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