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Antidepressant Labeling Should Reflect Negative Pediatric Studies

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With study results for several drugs failing to show pediatric efficacy, an FDA advisory committee suggests revising a standard labeling statement that efficacy "has not been established" in children. The committee also recommends that labeling highlight the need for suicide monitoring.

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