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What is one of the ethical concerns regarding the pharmacological treatment of bipolar disorder in children?

▸ Doctors are prescribing the same medications used in adults with bipolar disorder, and these medicines haven't been adequately tested in children.

▸ The drugs cost too much money, and families cannot afford to purchase them.

▸ These medications have too many side effects for children, including the risk of stunting their growth.

▸ Children cannot be expected to be responsible for taking their medication in a reliable manner.
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