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NIH St. John's Wort Study Focus On Major Depression Criticized By CRN Panel

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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A National Institutes of Health-funded study on St. John's wort and major depression likely will show a "very poor response rate" because the botanical is indicated only for treatment of mild to moderate depression, a former NIH official said at a Council for Responsible Nutrition press briefing June 25.

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