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In your article you write: "For decades, many scientists have favored a theory of depression that stresses the impact of abnormally low levels of a signal-carrying chemical, called serotonin.". That is completely incorrect. The serotonin hypothesis of depression has been disproved over 30 years ago, before Prozac even came to market. There has been absolutely no conclusive or circumstantial evidence that serotonin and depression are linked.


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