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2009-07-30 10:14:00

FRANKLIN LAKES, N.J., July 30 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- A new analysis finds that women in New Jersey who take the breast cancer drug tamoxifen in conjunction with certain popular antidepressants may be at a higher risk for a breast cancer recurrence. In May, Medco Health Solutions, Inc.

2009-05-30 14:45:00

- Several SSRIs more than double risk of cancer recurrence in tamoxifen treated patients - Nearly 30 percent of tamoxifen users take drugs that reduce its effectiveness against breast cancer ORLANDO, Fla., May 30 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- An important new study finds that certain popular antidepressants frequently prescribed to women taking the breast cancer drug tamoxifen more than double the risk of a breast cancer recurrence for those using both medications.

2009-05-28 10:54:32

A recent study finds that the antidepressant effects of drugs like Prozac involve both neurogenesis-dependent and -independent mechanisms, a finding that may lead to development of better treatments for depression and anxiety.

2009-04-07 06:58:00

BRIDGEWATER, N.J., April 7 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Sanofi-aventis U.S.

2009-03-26 10:40:36


2009-03-23 06:00:00

New Indication is One of Three FDA Approvals Spanning Lilly Neuroscience Brands INDIANAPOLIS, March 23 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- The U.S.

2009-01-29 11:35:00

Researchers have concluded that Pfizer Inc’s Zoloft and Forrest Laboratories Inc’s Lexapro are superior antidepressant drugs compared to 12 other new drugs in their class.

2009-01-26 12:38:50

Americans who use illegal diet pills from South America may be taking amphetamines without knowing it, a U.S. physician said. Dr.

2009-01-21 01:07:25

Medication and psychotherapy can benefit people obsessive about their physical appearance, a researcher in South Africa says.

2008-12-30 14:16:49

A doctor who prescribed an antidepressant over the Internet to a student who later killed himself was unconscionably negligent, the boy's father said. Convicting Dr.

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