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New Fast-Acting Antidepressant, GLYX-13, Shows Promise in Clinical Trials

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A new antidepressant medication has been found to provide fast-acting relief for individuals who failed to benefit from other antidepressant therapies. The new drug reduced symptoms within hours, has a good safety profile and produces positive effects that last for about seven days from a single dose. Researchers say the new medication targets brain receptors [...]

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