**NY TIMES INTERVIEW, NEED PATIENTS**
We got in contact with a journalist of the NY Times who had previously also written about antidepressants, as well as LASIK safety. We reached out to her, and she was very interested in writing a story about PSSD.
The journalist would like to interview 2 people from the US who got PSSD from SSRIs/SNRIs, and who got it prescribed for reasons other than depression/anxiety.
The journalist would need to know your full name, however, the name would not be mentioned in the article.
They might also take a picture of you, however, your face would not be visible and you would be unrecognizable.
THIS IS A VERY BIG OPPORTUNITY, YOU COULD HELP SHAPE THE
FUTURE OF PSSD.
Need patient that matches the following requirements:
- Patient who got PSSD from SNRI/SSRIs (>=3 months off the drugs, the longer the better)
- Live in the US (If you’re not from the US but fit the other criteria, please reach out just in case).
- Got the medication prescribed for reasons other than depression/anxiety
- Give their full name to the journalist, however, the full name would not be used in the actual article
- They might take an anonymous photo of you where you are unrecognizable
If you're interested in being interviewed, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
NY TIMES INTERVIEW, NEED PATIENTS
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Re: NY TIMES INTERVIEW, NEED PATIENTS
That’s a great chance. However, may I ask why people who suffered from anxiety/depression are excluded? That’s like making an article about finasteride and excluding people who took it for hair loss. I don’t want to start a discussion, just curious to know.
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