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Paul Marsden wrote,
"To many, this may seem either obvious or trivial - but it has significant
implications for health policy, and for the understanding of suicide itself."
To me it seemed if not obvious, at least compelling, and worthy of the
attention of health professionals. The difficulty of experimentation in this
area should not, IMHO, dissuade further research, and I congratulate you on
your contribution to this effort.
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