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A drug that works differently from all existing depression drugs just got a big boost

Business Insider Monday, 7 January 2019
A drug that works differently from all existing depression drugs just got a big boost· On Monday, a new drug for depression got a big lift from positive clinical trial results.
· The drug is made by Sage Therapeutics, a Cambridge-based pharmaceutical company that focuses on brain disorders.
· Nearly all existing antidepressants, from Celexa to Zoloft, work on the brain's serotonin network. But the drugs fail...

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