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Paper chase 2: Varenicline Does Not Increase Depression or Suicidal Ideation

Andrew Buelt, DO and Joe Weatherly, DO
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We want to improve our patients’ health with smoking cessation, but we don’t want to harm them in the process. Varenicline has been linked with an increase in neuropsychiatric events such as depression and suicidal ideation. This meta-analysis suggests that that is not the case.

 
 

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