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  1. Is it generally correct that a slow or very slow taper will reduce the chances of permanent or lingering withdrawal or iatrogenic effects? Or might a person who's done a long, slow taper still experience a depressive "relapse" or drug/withdrawal-induced downward mood change even weeks or months after the taper ends? If taper slow enough to make withdrawal tolerable, is this pretty good sign that such a relapse won't happen?
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