CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Apr 17, 2001
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.
(New York: Byron Pitts) Vanderbilt University study results showing that the herb Saint John's Wort is not an effective treatment for severe depression reported. [Depression patient Lee ROELKE - says he has been free of depression for a few years.] [Study author Dr. Richard SHELTON - says more effective remedies should be used.] [Depression patient Steven BETTS - says the herb could work for someone else, but it did not work for him.] [Psychiatrist Dr. Hyla CASS - says she has seen Saint John's Wort work.]
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