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Call for cut in anti-psychotic drug use

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Is there enough control over the prescription of anti-psychotic drugs to people who have dementia?

Shadia Ousta, whose late father was treated for the condition, says there is not.

And Andrew Chidgey, head of policy at the Alzheimer's Society, considers the effectiveness of current dementia treatment.

Contrary to the suggestion of one of the guests in this discussion, zopiclone and lorazepam are not anti-psychotic drugs.


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