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Antidepressants

 

Serotonin and Depression: A Disconnect between the Advertisements and the Scientific Literature By Jeffrey R Lacasse,

One Quarter of Antidepressant Users Did Not Have Proper Diagnosis

America Fooled, The Truth About Antidepressants, Antipsychotics and How We've Been Deceived by Timothy Scott a book review

Review: The Emperor's New Drugs and Doctoring the Mind  - Antidepressants: A Triumph of Marketing Over Science?

Cold Case Files - Paxil Birth Defects by Evelyn Pringle  "Almost like an episode of the TV show, Cold Case Files, the first Paxil birth defect trial was dominated by a story about what happened to the rat pups that died around 1979 and1980, involved in a study in which Paxil was being tested on pregnant female rats.The animal studies giving Paxil to rats and rabbits were conducted by a Danish company called Ferrosan before the drug maker, that later became part of GlaxoSmithKline, purchased the drug. The family's lead attorney in the case of Kilker v Glaxo, Sean Tracey from Houston, brought in the world-famous neuropsychopharmocology expert from Wales, Dr David Healy, to testify extensively about rat pup study 295. In summary, Healy told the jury that all the rat pups born to mothers who received Paxil were dead four days after they were born, while eighty-eight percent of the pups not exposed to Paxil were still alive on day four."

Evelyn Pringle: Paxil Birth Defect Litigation Series

Pilots Taking Antidepressants? The FAA Is Risking Our Lives

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Last updated 22 July 2015