A new entry has been added to Drugs Archive
27 Feb 2008
The NZ Mental Health Foundation is welcoming a report which says anti-depressants may not be as effective as claimed.
But the head of the foundation, Judi Clements, says people taking the drugs should not stop treatment without consulting their GP.
She says that for some people anti-depressant drugs are effective but people should also look at other ways to treat depression.
Watch the full interview with CEO Judi Clements.
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