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Drug treats depression in hours

October 9, 2012 • 1076
A drug known on the street as “Special K” could be the newest innovation in anti-depression treatment. In a review article published in “Science” on Oct. 5, Ronald Duman and George Aghajanian, psychiatry professors at the Yale School of Medicine, brought together more than a decade of research on the drug ketamine and its potential »
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Chris Smith '14 set an ivy league record with two kick-off returns for touchdowns at brown in 2010.
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