Study 329: Nobody Pinned Anything on Us

March, 31, 2016 | 7 Comments

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  1. If Keller et al feel the term regarding Study 329 being “misreported” is “pejorative” then why haven’t they sued?

    Let’s face it, they smell a dollar and they are on it like ants on dropped sugar.

  2. I’m not sure what to make of this to be honest..

    I guess greed and self interest comes before conscience and ethics for some…
    Let’s face it…

    Medicine, science and academia has- in many ways- been utterly corrupted by the monetary tentacles of the pharmaceutical industry…

    The (study 329) rebuttal authors’ stating that there is some kind of ‘author bias’ in regards to the RIAT team’s analysis is so utterly ridiculous and pathetic that it’s bordering on absolute parody…

    Nonetheless, the most telling line in this silly rebuttal (what’s with all these folks trying to defend the indefensible?) is : …”whether SSRIs increase or decrease completed suicide remains an open question…”

    This is the first time I have seen some of the high priests of pro-drug therapy psychiatry admit that (at least) the possibility that SSRI’s might increase suicide..

    However, the fact that it’s an ‘open question’ (according to these psychs anyhow) shouldn’t be comforting for those currently ingesting them…

    They made me suicidal, and I know many many others for which they did the same…

    But high profile biological psychiatrists who put their names to drug company ghost written studies often don’t care much for opinions like mine, because well informed SSRI survivors like me aren’t so easy to dismiss as ‘anecdotal’…

    • Shame there isn’t a list of SSRI survivors whose stories were made ‘compulsory reading’ for the rebuttal authors! It is so easy to dismiss incidents as a return of a ‘mental health condition’ – rather more difficult to explain incidents which happen without a previous ‘mental health condition’. I also defy anyone to be complacent about these ‘incidents’ should they be unfortunate enough to witness them first hand. To see a person in the grip of one of the adverse reactions of these drugs – a person who had previously shown no violent tendencies towards self or others – is truly horrific. Such incidents, for both the sufferer and onlooker, need to be discussed with respect and dignity rather than be treated almost as nothing more than a ‘tantrum’. I also dislike this idea that there is a major difference between a ‘suicidal attempt’ and ‘completed suicide’. Apart from the obvious situation of life/death, I see no difference whatsoever. The fact that SSRIs cause ‘suicidal ideation’ , to me, is every bit as serious as SSRIs causing actual suicide. I find the fact that they need to debate over this matter a sure sign that they have found very little that they can truly criticise in the Restored version of Study 329.

  3. “In 2002, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) was finally alarmed

    Should Paxil be banned? The only ‘evidence’ of effectiveness was ghostwritten by Glaxo Smith Kline’s public relations firm

    Tuesday, March 29, 2016 by: Amy Goodrich

    Tags: Paxil, fraudulent science, antidepressant drugs

    http://www.naturalnews.com/053466_Paxil_fraudulent_science_antidepressant_drugs.html#

    In 2002, ‘finally alarmed’ was rampant..from Seroxat and no remorse is detected, here..

    Synonym Discussion of remorse

    penitence, repentance, contrition, compunction, remorse mean regret for sin or wrongdoing. penitence implies sad and humble realization of and regret for one’s misdeeds . repentance adds the implication of a resolve to change . contrition stresses the sorrowful regret that constitutes true penitence . compunction implies a painful sting of conscience especially for contemplated wrongdoing . remorse suggests prolonged and insistent self-reproach and mental anguish for past wrongs and especially for those whose consequences cannot be remedied .

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