“Unfortunately, the entire evidence base has been perverted,” said Joseph Ross, a professor at Yale Medical School who has studied the issue.  

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BBC PANORAMA TONIGHT – Taken on Trust – 13 years-Medical Deception Sun, 3 Oct 2004 BBC-Panorama is airing its third in a series of investigative reports about the betrayal of trust in psychiatry, drug manufacturers and government regulators. The first program, The Secret of Seroxat, aired October 13, 2002, revealed in case after case, that…

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Prozac Revisited: Concerns About Suicides Surface – Boston Globe Eli Lilly’s denial about the risk of suicide for some patients prescribed Prozac was the subject of a series of reports in the Boston Globe. The article (Sunday, June 11) revealed the irony behind the duplicity. Dr. Martin Teicher, who first wrote about the suicide link…

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BBC Panorama: Unprecedented public response to evidence of SSRI drug harm Wed, 21 May 2003 In a stunning follow up to its investigative report, The Secret of Seroxat, aired October 13, 2002, the British Broadcasting Company (BBC) featured the public responses to its earlier program as the focus of its Panorama program on Sunday May…

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Ct. Attorney General Files Petition with FDA Seeking Warning on Drug – NYT Sat, 7 May 2005 Connecticut’s Attorney General, Richard Blumenthal, is to be commended for filing a citizen’s petition that essentially asks the FDA to do its job of protecting the public by issuing warnings about the potentially lethal hazards of drugs the…

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Safety of American Drugs Questioned – Assoc Press Thu, 2 Dec 2004 In his CNN news program last evening, Lou Dobbs said the question is no longer whether something is wrong with the FDA’s performance in protecting the public from unsafe drugs–but whether the FDA can even be salvaged? The Associated Press puts it this…

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The pharmaceutical industry’s dilemma: there are few volunteers in the drug-consuming prosperous countries–so they have taken half their business to underdeveloped countries.

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October 11, 2002 Editorial: Trial Lawyers and Clinical Trials_WSJ Daniel Hennenger, the editor of the Wall Street Journal would give doctors free reign to experiment on human subjects unencumbered by ethical or regulatory considerations: just let every self-proclaimed ” genius who somewhere is dreaming of the next L-dopa, lithium or open-heart surgery” be free to…

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