April 2 2015 12:02am

Suicide prevention study says longer monitoring needed

Wed, Apr 1 – In what is the largest ever suicide prevention study in the world — Canadian researchers are warning the risks can linger for years — after a person’s first attempt at taking their own life. Alicia Raimundo, a mental health advocate in Toronto who herself first had thoughts of suicide at age 12 joined Aaron McArthur on Prime with reaction to the study.

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