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But the evidence is not conclusive, researchers say A study intended to see if psychotherapy could help heart attack patients who suffer from depression has instead shown that antidepressant medication improves survival. While psychotherapy had little effect, an antidepressant drug reduced the risk of death or a second heart attack by 43 percent, said the report in the July issue of the journal Archives of General Psychiatry. "Our study provides much stronger evidence than we've ever had...
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