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Study: electroconvulsive therapy more successful for depression than ketamine

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    I removed the word "electroshock" from the title because that is not what professionals call it today, and the word "electroshock" is closely related to the way it was initially practiced, with...

    I removed the word "electroshock" from the title because that is not what professionals call it today, and the word "electroshock" is closely related to the way it was initially practiced, with much higher voltages, frequency, and duration.

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