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[span style=\'font-size:14pt;line-height:100%\']Battle Lines in Treating Depression

By BARNABY J. FEDER
Published: September 10, 2006


TAMARA KNIGHT remembers little of the summer of 2004 beyond a numbing despair that resisted 16 different antidepressant drugs. She dreaded a return to electroshock therapy, which she had tried periodically for years, because it brightened her mood for only a few weeks, at best, while progressively destroying her memory.

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