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GPs are warned over epilepsy prescribing

Pharmaceutical company Wyeth exaggerated the benefits of Efexor (venlafaxine), regulatory authorities have ruled. A Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency investigation found 'insufficient data' to prove Efexor offered better symptomatic relief and remission rates than SSRIs fluvoxamine and paroxetine, as Wyeth had claimed.

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