The results suggest that the truth may have escaped the usual exclusion criteria. Underlying the commercial success of the new antipsychotics is evidence (usually suppressed) showing that these drugs are both harmful and ineffective even for their approved use.

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The Boston Globe reports (below): “More than 50 years after psychiatrists began widely dispensing drugs to treat mental illness, the profession is coming face to face with a humbling reality: Its treatments often fail, leaving millions of patients [  ] to suffer while doctors search for something that works.”

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Big Pharma by Jacky Law reveals that in essence, most of the pharmaceutical industry’s claims are false; it is not the drug, but the placebo effect whose potency deserves almost all of the credit for any health improvement:

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