patients to think that antidepressant drugs don't work any better than placebo

News reports are causing patients to think that antidepressant drugs don't work any better than placebo.

The reports are misleading.

They cite a recent analysis that finds over half of the drug company trials since 1979 show placebos work just as well as antidepressants.

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