MANUFACTURING DEPRESSION: The Secret History of a Modern Disease

Editorial Review - Kirkus - Jane Doe

Mother Jones contributing editor and self-described "old-fashioned psychotherapist" Greenberg (The Noble Lie: When Scientists Give the Right Answers for the Wrong Reasons, 2008, etc.) ponders depression and its treatment through the ages.Thirty million Americans now take antidepressant medications. Is this sudden epidemic of depression "not so much the discovery of a long-unrecognized disease but ... Read full review

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Review: Manufacturing Depression: The Secret History of a Modern Disease

User Review  - Verónica Valenzuela - Goodreads

This is a terribly over long book to say the same thing: using drugs to treat depression is a creation of the pharmaceutical companies and ambitious scientist. It was more of a history book than ... Read full review

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