Monthly Archives: October 2006



GlascoSmithKline PAXIL Warning letter to Healthcare Professionals Thu, 19 Jun 2003 On June 10 the British government disapproved a license the widely popular, SSRI antidepressant, Seroxat (PAXIL), for use in children and adolescents after a committee examined the data from 9 clinical trials. The British Medicine and Healthcare Products Regulatory […]

GlascoSmithKline PAXIL Warning letter to Healthcare Professionals


Time to put drug giants on trial – Scotsman (UK) Fri, 20 Jun 2003 The UK media-including BBC, the Guardian, the Scotsman, the London Times, and others–have been informing the British public about the hidden health hazards underlying the industry-controlled drug approval and drug marketing process. Current practices have led […]

Time to put drug giants on trial – Scotsman (UK)





“Anthrax vaccine a deadly defense?” –NW Indiana Times Tue, 24 Jun 2003 U.S. Army Reserve Spc. Rachael Lacy, 22, is a casualty of the military forced anthrax vaccination program–which is administered by military commanders, not doctors. She “died in April after receiving the [anthrax] vaccination, along with a smallpox inoculation. […]

"Anthrax vaccine a deadly defense?" –NW Indiana Times



“Schizophrenia Digest” Canadian magazine Tue, 3 Jun 2003 Behold the new marketing promo in the guise of “Inspiration and information”….”Schizophrenia Digest” is touted as a magazine directed at schizophrenia patients and families. The publisher, William J. MacPhee, who claims he is taking an antipsychotic, says, “My personal philosophy is that […]

"Schizophrenia Digest" Canadian magazine



Don’t Medicate Away Student Angst – Chronicle Higher Ed Sun, 15 Jun 2003 The Chronicle of Higher Education has published a superb essay by Joli Jensen, a professor of communications from the University of Tulsa. Jensen recognizes the harmful effects of medicating students to suppress their experience of normal, turbulent, […]

Don't Medicate Away Student Angst – Chronicle Higher Ed



Conflicts of Interest Taint UK Gov panel investigating SSRI Wed, 19 Mar 2003 An article from the UK Guardian sheds light on how the credibility of an expert investigative government appointed committee is corrupted by financial conflicts of interest. Mounting complaints from patients and the UK watchdog organization, Social Audit, […]

Conflicts of Interest Taint UK Gov panel investigating SSRI