Drugs Associated with More Suicidal Ideations Are also Associated with More Suicide Attempts

  title={Drugs Associated with More Suicidal Ideations Are also Associated with More Suicide Attempts},
  author={Henry T. Robertson and David B. Allison},
  booktitle={PloS one},
CONTEXT In randomized controlled trials (RCTs), some drugs, including CB1 antagonists for obesity treatment, have been shown to cause increased suicidal ideation. A key question is whether drugs that increase or are associated with increased suicidal ideations are also associated with suicidal behavior, or whether drug-induced suicidal ideations are unlinked epiphenomena that do not presage the more troubling and potentially irrevocable outcome of suicidal behavior. This is difficult to… CONTINUE READING
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