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Tuesday, January 27, 2009
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Innovation that improves quality while reducing utilization is the only solution to healthcare economics. Such innovation was available as early as 1981, but suppressed by vested interests ... [such as] the potential role of antidepressants in infectious disorders and cancer; there are no, or likely to be for a very long time, alternatives.

An antidepressant, at about a dollar a day, can prevent hospitalization, surgery, chemotherapy and radiation. You figure the math. You can be sure that oncologists and other vested interests won't go for this, which is why direct dissemination to patients and the public is imperative.

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