Complaint about a surge of FDA administrative approvals for expanded use of highly toxic antipsychotic drugs for children. Approvals were determined by Dr. Thomas Laughren after secret deliberations–without disclosure of scientific data, without an advisory panel or open public discussion. Continue reading →
Pharmaceutical companies, much like the tobacco industry, have made fortunes by engaging in lies, deception, and illegal practices that are making people sick and causing premature deaths.
Expert Scientists, Psychiatrists, a Primary Care Physician, a Leading Attorney, will shed light on FDA’s Review of selected data Re: Antidepressants and Adult Suicidality One day prior to FDA’s Advisory Committee Hearing, December 13.
U.K. Government Issues New Warnings Re: Use of antidepressant drugs for children Sept. 2003 note: click on text image for larger picture related link: Sept 23, 2003 infomail
What’s in a Warning? Antidepressants and Risk of Suicide – FindLaw Thu, 22 Apr 2004 Contrary to the published reports in the peer-reviewed journals, the preponderance of evidence demonstrates that antidepressants pose a greater risk than a benefit for children. *[References below] . . . Continue reading →
27 April 2004 Background Information Representative, U.S. The Honorable Mr. Joe Barton, United States House of Representatives. Washington DC. Representative, U.S. The Honorable Mr. James Greenwood, United States House of Representatives, Washington DC. Number of US Citizens at Risk to SSRIs This . . . Continue reading →
GlaxoSmithKline CEO: “We had to absorb a number of hits” Mon, 16 Feb 2004 Antidepressant drug safety issues are beginning to have a financial impact. Dow Jones reports: “GlaxoSmithKline PLC said its net income fell 6% in the fourth quarter, hurt by . . . Continue reading →
Risks: Drugs / Vaccines / Trials / Treatment Evidence of antidepressant harm Oct 14, 2005: Andrew Finkelstein Letter to Dr. Russell Katz, Director, Neuropharmacological Drug Products, FDA about FDA’s Failure to Warn about Neurontin-Suicides Aug 29: FDA Response to Utah Court Must . . . Continue reading →
British Shake-up for drug licensing body Thu, 11 Nov 2004 “The damage done by the public believing they have been lied to or defrauded is difficult to repair.” A shake up is taking place in the UK as the culture of secrecy . . . Continue reading →
Infomail 2004 News Stories on Human Research Protection and Commentary by Vera Hassner Sharav Dec 31: FDA to review “missing” drug company documents Dec 30: Family of Woman Killed by AIDS Drug Test Sues Doctors, Manufacturer Dec 30: Doctors, Too, Ask: Is . . . Continue reading →
Paxil induced suicides in US quantified_Glaxo Faces criminal action in UK over “suicide” pills_Times Mon, 7 Jun Law enforcement is finally catching up with drug companies who, for years, concealed evidence of a drug-related suicide risk for some children and adults who . . . Continue reading →
FDA Public Health Advisory: SSRI-Suicide link in adults Wed, 20 Jul 2005 The American Medical Association is attempting to trivialize the hazards of prescribing SSRIs to children, urging physicians not to allow the evidence to interfere with their prescribing habits. See: http://www.ama-assn.org/ama/pub/category/print/15186.html . . . Continue reading →