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New Antidepressants Begin To Work in Hours

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    It's always been a puzzle. SSRIs begin to act in the brain in hours, but it takes weeks before patients feel relief. Now a new class of antidepressants--including, surprisingly, the anesthetic ketamine--can produce relief in hours. The director of Mood and Anxiety Disorders Program at the National Institute of Mental Health describes his exciting new work with these antidepressants. Hosted by Paul Raeburn.

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    It's always been a puzzle. SSRIs begin to act in the brain in hours, but it takes weeks before patients feel relief. Now a new class of antidepressants--including, surprisingly, the anesthetic ketamine--can produce relief in hours. The director of Mood and Anxiety Disorders Program at the National Institute of Mental Health describes his exciting new work with these antidepressants. Hosted by Paul Raeburn.

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