Like many others, I’ve never been a big fan of surgery as a solution for mental disorders like obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) or depression. A medical procedure done on a bodily organ whose functioning we’re only beginning to grasp — the brain — seems a little …

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When All Else Fails: Brain Surgery

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  1. May I suggest that this same caution hold true for the many pills that are given out to the mentally ill/challanged too? Because it is clear, with the data, that the increase in depression/anxiety and ADHD for children meds are statistically significant. And no one knows what the long term results of these newer meds are for these people.
    And that is shameful.
    And it’s no different than surgery.
    Because it’s medicinal surgery, isn’t it?

    Peace!

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