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Life-Changing Drug Fights Depression in Hours

Dr. Richard Besser on medication that could help millions battling depression.
01:40 | 12/11/2012

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And now, a major headline for the millions of americans battling depression. 1 in 10 americans take antidepress antidepressants, but they can take weeks or months to bring relief. Well, now, the... See More
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