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What If Antidepressant Commercials Were Honest

Cracked spokesman Roger Horton returned to demonstrate what an honest commercial for antidepressants would look like. Horton sells his fictional prescription Hortiolis while explaining that depression is not fully understood and is harder to treat than drug company commercials advertise it to be. Related Laughing Squid PostsAn Honest Parody of Drug Commercials and the Unhealthy Choices Pat
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If Antidepressant Commercials Were Honest

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By J.F. Sargent Published: October 03rd, 2016

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