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"The fetus has a mechanism that ensures that the development of the brain is not disrupted under poorer conditions. If, for example, there is a shortage of nutrition or oxygen, the skin and liver are affected first, sparing the brain. The fact that exposure to SSRIs affect the growth of the head and not the body means that SSRIs are specifically harmful to the developing brain. The long-term effects will have to be investigated further."Hanan's research re-asserts findings from animal studies: "SSRIs can cross the placenta and disrupt the serotonin balance. Serotonin is important for the growth of the developing brain. Animal testing has already shown that this disruption can have an adverse effect on the development of the brain."