Inexplicably, the FDA has dragged its feet about adding a warning label to both tamoxefin and the antidepressants, Paxil, Prozac and Zoloft–despitethe unanimous recommendation of its own advisory panel in 2006.
This is a result of public awareness–thanks to information uncovered during litigation, by Sen. Charles Grassley’s investigative team, by whistleblowers, and the press! Continue reading →
Given the serious charges against Dr. Kuklo–including fraud, forgery, and conducting an unapproved experiment on soldiers–the University of Washington’s failure to take action until a series of articles in The New York Times and pressure brought to bear by Sen. Charles Grassley, speaks volumes about a pervasive culture of arrogance in academia. Continue reading →
Two news reports: Alaska Supreme Court decision and a JAMA report confirms that risk of violence among schizophrenia patients "was mostly confined to patients with substance abuse comorbidity." Continue reading →
The Japanes Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare has investigated news reports about antidepressant users "who developed increased feelings of hostility or anxiety, and have even committed sudden acts of violence against others." Continue reading →
Evidence of harm has been linked to various vaccines challenging prevailing public recommendations. Continue reading →
Colonel Coots: "It is a significant breach of academic protocol. It’s a breach of trust." Continue reading →
"William Weeks, MD a professor of psychiatry and community and family medicine is facing federal conflict of interest charges" involving contract between the Veterans Affairs department and Dartmouth.
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Sen. Charles Grassley’s focused investigation is clearly aimed at cleansing fraudulent, industry-crafted promotional pieces that have made a mockery of evidence-based clinical practice in psychiatry. Continue reading →
Forbes Magazine reports "How one company turned a rejection into a thumbs up, and what it could mean for the drug industry as a whole." Continue reading →