Electro-shock treatment makes medical comeback: Barbaric or therapeutic?

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Electro-shock treatment makes medical comeback: Barbaric or therapeutic?

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Electro-shock treatment makes medical comeback: Barbaric or therapeutic?

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Once seen as outdated and barbaric, electro-convulsive therapy (ECT) is currently being prescribed for 100,000 Americans a year with severe, hard-to-treat depression. Dr. Sarah Lisanby, department chair of psychiatry and behavioral sciences at Duke University Medical Center joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the controversial treatment.

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