Speaking to Medscape about PTSD, Jeffrey Lieberman likens our current treatments with SSRIs, tricyclics and therapy to “treating tuberculous by putting people in sanitariums or polio with iron lungs, or Alzheimer’s disease with these cholinomimetic drugs.” “They are symptom-improving, but they’re not disease-modifying,” he adds. “They’re just not sufficient…”
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