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The rate of suicides in the United States is growing – what can we do?

Though the absolute number of suicides worldwide is still increasing, the global rate has dropped by 32.7% over the last three decades. Image: Sasha Freemind/Unsplash

Christine Moutier

Chief medical officer, American Foundation for Suicide Prevention

Patrick J. Kennedy

Founder, The Kennedy Forum

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