Relapse Producing Experiments – a Partial Bibliography

<spanstyle=’font-size:11.0pt;font-family:Arial’>FEDERALLY-FUNDED RELAPSE PRODUCING EXPERIMENTS in PSYCHIATRY: DRUG WASHOUT / CHEMICAL PROVOCATION<spanstyle=’font-size:11.0pt;font-family:Arial’> <spanstyle=’font-size:11.0pt;font-family:Arial’>A PARTIAL BIBLIOGRAPHY (Jan 2000) <spanstyle=’font-size:11.0pt;font-family:Arial’>By VERA HASSNER SHARAV Experiments such as those listed below have no diagnostic or therapeutic purpose: They are conducted often on disabled veterans to test speculative, . . . Continue reading →

APA Under the Influence

APA Under the Influence of PhaRma June 5, 2002 FYI Reporters who attended the 2002 annual convention of the American Association of Psychiatry / PhaRma have had a rude awakening about the scope of industry’s influence. Essentially, psychiatrists are drug marketers for . . . Continue reading →

Yale-Lilly Experiment: Adolescents Rx Toxic Drug for Presumed Mental Illness They Do Not Have

When the Times refers to an experiment as "bold and controversial" the reporter is sanitizing the fact that the experiment is UNETHICAL—it violates medicine’s cardinal rule "First, do no harm."
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What’s wrong with American medicine?

The answer given by Dr. Joseph Britto, a pediatric intensive care physician, hits the nail on the head: "Unlike pilots, doctors don’t go down with their planes."
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Mental Health Tests For Kids Spark Debate – Chicago Tribune

Mental Health Tests For Kids Spark Debate – Chicago Tribune Sun, 5 Jun 2005 The Chicago Tribune has woken to the major debate which is underway about a government-sponsored initiative to increase profits for the psychotropic drug industry and its beneficiaries in . . . Continue reading →

America’s Overmedicated Children – Vera Sherav

AMERICA’S OVERMEDICATED CHILDREN By Vera Sharav YOUTH and MEDICINES in June 1-3, 2005 KILEN: Consumers Institute for Medicines and Health SWEDEN “Forgotten Children” is an investigative report by Carole Keeton Strayhorn,[1] the Texas Comptroller (2004) who uncovered evidence that 60% of children . . . Continue reading →