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Wednesday, February 15, 2012


I'm glad that you are doing this research. I have a concern with your use of the word "therapy" (or therapies, etc.) as a word for the administration of a drug therapy. I think that this is a confusing definition of the word. It is better to use an additional word - like drug therapy, psychotherapy, talktherapy, group therapy. It would be difficult to sustain in research that the word "therapy" means "drug therapy" exclusively. Your use of that word does not clarify.

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