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- CLINICAL PHARMACOLOGY/BIOPHARMACEUTICS REVIEW
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Suggested Web Resources
- Paroxetine, Paxil Pharmacology - HealthyPlace.com - HealthyPlace
- Jan 31, 2008 Paxil, Paroxetine is an antidepressant used to treat treat depression, obsessive- compulsive disorder and anxiety.
- Focus on Paroxetine: Pharmacology
- Pharmacology: Paroxetine is marketed in the UK as Seroxat and in the US as Paxil.
- Paroxetine - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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