October 3, 2010

A New York Times report (below) reviews what has been accomplished by multiple civil and criminal lawsuits

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Lawsuits, Just the Cost of Criminal Marketing of Antipsychotic Drugs

September 2, 2010

A “must read” front page article by New York Times reporter, Duff Wilson, “Child’s Ordeal Shows Risks

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Child’s Ordeal Shows Risks of Antipsychotic Drugs for Young

August 23, 2010

Kudos to Carl Elliott, MD, PhD,  whose powerful article, “Making a Killing,” published in Mother Jones, is

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Making a Killing–Marketing Exercises by Dr. Carl Elliott

April 8, 2010

New York Times columnist, David Leonhardt, applauds the new Medicare policy inaugurating comparative risk/ benefit analyses of

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In Medicine, the Power of No vs. Psychiatry’s Mass Overtreatment

March 23, 2010

Following the acknowledgement reported by The New York Times (Feb. 10, 2010), that "Studies of teenagers identified

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“Psychosis Risk Syndrome”– Psychiatry’s Hunting License

February 10, 2010

A report in the New York Times "Revising Book on Disorders of the Mind" by Benedict Carey

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DSM5 Revisions

October 28, 2009

In the second half of the twentieth century, Soviet psychiatrists collaborated with their government: Soviet psychiatrists prescribed

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Nursing Homes: Psychotropic Drug Abuse

August 16, 2009

The FDA has approved Schering Plough’s new antipsychotic, asenapine (Saphris), for the treatment of schizophrenia and mania

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FDA Approves Another Dangerous Antipsychotic, Asenapine

June 9, 2009

The new generation antipsychotic drugs were all approved without proof of efficacy–they were approved to treat psychosis

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Did FDA Include Evidence of Brain Damage Caused by Antipsychotics?

June 7, 2009

FDA officials are ignoring the real world tragedies–drug-induced deaths of children. Unfortunately for the children, child psychiatrists

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Is FDA Bipolar or Complicit in Legitimizing Illegal Marketing?

March 10, 2009

CASE 1. Anesthesiology News reports (below) that a leading anesthesiology researcher, Scott S. Reuben, MD, Director, Acute

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Two Cases of Massive Fraud–Anesthesiology–Psychiatry

February 28, 2009

The review included 49 randomized, controlled clinical trials in the pediatric development programs, as well as postmarketing

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ADHD Drugs Induce Hallucinations in Kids–FDA safety Officers

February 19, 2009

An obituary in The Boston Globe (below) reports that Ruby Rogers, the lead plaintiff in a landmark

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Deaths, A Consequence of Forced Psychotropic Drugs

November 30, 2007

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Letter of Complaint to FDA Commissioner, 2007