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Assistant Professor of Psychiatry, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine; Staff Psychiatrist, Institute of the Pennsylvania Hospital, Philadelphia, Pa.
Careful detailed observations were made on 14 private patients unresponsive to psychotherapy alone. It was concluded that when administered to patients in certain categories, isocarboxazid is an extremely safe and effective antidepressant.
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