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"Fluvoxamine as a cause of stimulation, mania and aggression with a critical analysis of the FDA-approved label," International Journal of Risk and Safety in Medicine 14 (2001) 71-86.

A comparison of the FDA-approved label for Luvox (fluvoxamine) with the known risks of fluvoxamine-induced stimulation, mania and aggression in adults and children.

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