12-Year Old Denis Matez: Dead of Psych Drug Cocktail Rx by Psychiatrist

Twelve-year old, Denis Matez (weighing 68 lbs) is a human casualty of psychotropic drug "overmedication"– a notorious psychiatrist entrusted with the care of 800 Florida children in Florida foster care prescribed lethal mega doses for unapproved uses. Continue reading →

How to Stop Epidemic Antipsychotic Drug Prescribing

AHRP PROPOSAL:
Any FDA-approved drug, whose manufacturer has been found by a court of law or the Department of Justice–to have illegally marketed the drug by concealing risks or incidence of adverse effects, or making unsupported claims of clinical benefit–should be denied coverage by taxpayer funded insurance programs–including Medicaid, Medicare, VeteranstAffairs. Continue reading →

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

Unlike patients in other fields of medicine, those  who are designated mentally ill–or even declared to be "at risk" for mental illness in the future–are at once stigmatized and suffer losss of their autonomy.
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US Gov Medical Experiment Radically Departs from medical “Best Practices”

The US government is initiating several radical medical experiments that will ensure widespread, increased use of mostly toxic drugs whose adverse effects trigger chronic, debilitating illnesses.

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DSM5 Revisions

"Anything you put in that book, any little change you make, has huge implications not only for psychiatry but for pharmaceutical marketing, research, for the legal system, for who’s considered to be normal or not, for who’s considered disabled," said Dr. Michael First, professor of psychiatry at Columbia University who edited the DSM4l but is not involved in the DSM5.

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Criminal Drug Marketing Remains an Issue

In December, 2009, Bloomberg News published an investigative report by David Evans reported, "Big Pharma’s Crime Spree"   documenting major court settlements: "Pfizer, Eli Lilly & Co., Bristol-Myers Squibb Co. and four other drug companies have paid a total of $7 billion . . . Continue reading →

Pfizer-Neurontin Trial Testimony:”snake-oil list”

“I was trained from day one to market the drug illegally…My job was to promote Neurontin and motivate doctors to experiment on patients. After being hired as a medical liaison, I was selling drugs. The uses promoted were from the “snake-oil list” of 13 medical conditions."  

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