Thousands of Medication Studies

In the decades since stimulant medications were first introduced, several thousand scientific studies have assessed the effectiveness of these medications for alleviating ADHD symptoms. C. Keith Conners (2002) published a comprehensive review of research that covered hundreds of studies involving over ten thousand individuals. He reported that evidence from many hundreds of researchers, who assessed many thousands of children with ADHD in a wide range of diverse settings, powerfully demonstrates that stimulant medications significantly improve symptoms of ADHD for most of those who are treated.

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