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Patients, researches and drug companies look to the future after 'the biggest breakthrough in depression' in 50 years

February 12, 2015

by Timothy Bella

Tiffaney Ritchey remembers her first.

“My first suicide attempt came when I was 13,” she says.

For 30 years, Ritchey, now 42, has struggled with chronic depression. She’s gone through enough antidepressants, antipsychotics and other mood medicines to fill the aisles of a CVS: Zoloft, Celexa, Prozac, Wellbutrin, Seroquel, Cymbalta, Lamictal, Trazodone, Effexor, Zyprexa, Latuda.

None of them worked

Timothy Bella