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AHRP Speaks Out AHRP Press Briefing 9/14/04: Antidepressants & suicide-related risks for children Open Letter to NIMH re Prozac & Concealed Suicide Attempts Open Letter to Officials at NIMH AHRP Briefing 2/2/04: Scientists present suicide evidence Conflicts of Interest policy – New York Times Phase I Drug Trials Used Foster […]

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Calls for Transparency- Accountability – NYC Foster Children AIDS drug trials – FoxNews/Newsday/India/Rutherford Wed, 27 Apr 2005 The efforts of AHRP to hold the medical research community and government bureaucrats accountable for engaging in unethical research practices that violate codes of ethics, harm and exploit vulnerable populationsā€¹such as children–is gaining […]

Calls for Transparency- Accountability – NYC Foster Children AIDS drug ...


Despite Vow, Drug Makers Still Wtihhold Data – NYT letters Thu, 9 Jun 2005 An important article by Alex Berenson in The New York Times, “Despite Vow, Drug Makers Still Withhold Data,” corroborated the untrustworthiness of drug manufacturers. Their public pronouncements and promises to fully disclose their clinical trial data-including […]

Despite Vow, Drug Makers Still Wtihhold Data – NYT letters



Cong Hinchey PRESS CONFERENCE Re: Drug Co. Influence on FDA Sat, 10 Jul 2004 New York Congressman Maurice Hinchey (House Appropriations Committee) is holding a press conference on Tuesday, July 13, 2004, at 10:30 AM to address issues of concern about undue influence by drug manufacturers on FDA policy and […]

Cong Hinchey PRESS CONFERENCE Re: Drug Co. Influecne on FDA


Member of UK Parliament Accuses Drugs Giant of ‘Voodoo Medicine’ – Scotsman Wed, 25 Feb 2004 Paul Flynn, Member of UK Parliament raised the antidepressant drug scandal in Parliament, focusing on the British drug manufacturer giant, GlaxoSmithKline (GSK). “The Seroxat [Paxil] scandal is one of gigantic proportions that affects millions […]

Member of UK Parliament Accuses Drugs Giant of 'Voodoo Medicine' ...


Antipsychotic Drug Use Doubled since 1996 in Tennessee Children – Why? Thu, 2 Sep 2004 A Vanderbilt University study found that the use of antipsychotic drugs has doubled among poor children in Tennessee. “The increase, seen largely among children diagnosed with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), conduct disorder and affective disorders such […]

Antipsychotic Drug Use Doubled since 1996 in Tennessee Children – ...



Antidepressant Makers Withhold Data on Children – Washington Post Thu, 29 Jan 2004 A front page article in The Washington Post addresses the key issue undermining public health and safety. Drug companies conceal unfavorable clinical trial findings: the tests failed to demonstrate that antidepressants are either safe or beneficial for […]

Antidepressant Makers Withhold Data on Children – Washington Post



AHRP Campaign to Protect Children from Harm Oct 15: FDA Orders Black Box Warnings on Antidepressants labels and Patient Information Guides to Warn about Suicide risk Oct 3: BBC PANORAMA TONIGHT – Taken on Trust – 13 years-Medical Deception Sep 30: GSK Sales Reps told NOT to Divulge Paxill Data […]

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Follow the Money / Can the Institute of Medicine Review the FDA? Wed, 6 Apr 2005 A letter to the editor published in Nature Medicine by Dr. Bernard Carroll, a past chairman of the FDA Advisory Committee for Psychotropic Drugs, and past chairman of the Department of Psychiatry at Duke […]

Follow the Money / Can the Institute of Medicine Review ...