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Duke St. John's Wort Study Findings Imminent - NCCAM's Straus

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Results of a National Institutes of Health-funded study on the active constituent of St. John's wort's efficacy in treating depression are due shortly, according to National Center for Complementary & Alternative Medicine Director Stephen Straus, MD.

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