Antidepressant May Lessen Pain Of Mouth Sores Caused By Radiation
A new study headed by the Mayo Clinic found that using an oral rinse of doxepin , an antidepressant, may help suppress the excruciating pain of mouth sores that can result from cancer treatment.
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#1 Nov 23, 2012
Amidst the controversies that have been linked to antidepressants, it's good to know that they have other benefits to them, especially for those who have been receiving cancer treatment. On the other hand, this may also expose them to the unwanted side effects of antidepressants. It helps to be aware, there are articles at http://www.zoloftlawsuitcenter.net that may be of help to people concerned and interested.
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