Study: Antidepressants don't help children with autism

08/10/2010 | Reuters

An analysis of seven clinical trials showed that a class of antidepressants, selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors, was no better than placebo in alleviating symptoms of autism in children. Researchers found only preliminary evidence that SSRIs may be effective for improving symptoms in adults with autism.

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