The ethics of this radical drug experiment is being challenged by Dr. Jerald Block, a forthright psychiatrist and experienced system's analyst. His critical appraisal, published in the Bioethics Forum, Hastings Center Report.Read More
“a study published yesterday overturns conventional wisdom about antipsychotic drugs, which cost the United States $10 billion a year.”Read More
This is documented evidence of major medical malpractice.Read More
ABC News has reposted its report about the drug experiments conducted on young children at Harvard University affiliate, Massachusetts General Children’s Hospital.
"I trusted the doctors, I trusted the FDA … and I feel betrayed by both," says Erin Evans, the mother of Rex who was prescribed the ‘atypical’ antipsychotic, Risperdal (risperidone) at age 8.Read More
In the U.S. the two populations at greatest risk of inappropriate, coercive, dangerous prescribing of highly toxic psychotropic drugs as chemical
restraints are the elderly and children.
Psychiatry’s professional practice paradigm has received a major blow.Read More
"That thing I’m worried about…where the MedGuide would help, where it might even warrant a black box, if this is common, where somebody hallucinates and then gets put on an anti-psychotic drug. That would really be something worth making sure it doesn’t happen,"Read More
The Associated Press reports that a just released study that found that a staggering, two and half million children in the U.S. are being prescribed antipsychotics annually–that’s 40 out of every 1,000 children.
An independent review by a team of German analysts published in the American Journal of Psychiatry confirms that corporate bias is ubiquitous in clinical trials.Read More
"modern pharmacological treatment may be no more beneficial than older ones, despite their added cost."Read More
A major 17-year follow up study published in the British Journal of Psychiatry  found a 2.84 times (95% CI 2.06–3.90) increased risk of mortality in people with schizophrenia compared to those not so diagnosed, and with each addition of a neuroleptic (antipsychotic) drug, the risk increased another 2.50.Read More