Burn in Hell

January, 31, 2012 | 4 Comments


  1. Great post.

    What I find even more strange is that, in the case of Paxil, GlaxoSmithKline admit there is a withdrawal problem, a suicide link and a birth defect issue. They do this on the labelling…yet it has been done ‘after the event’ – in other words, they chose to add these warnings are items of disclosure were revealed in US courts.

    Whilst admitting their product causes the problems they then defend every single action brought against them for the very same problems they admit can occur when taking Paxil?

    It’s almost as if they feel they have vindicated themselves by confessing on a label.

    It’s similar to the murderer entering a confessional box, confessing his sins and saying 10 hail Mary’s to feel better about himself.

    We also have the money issue. Glaxo have it in abundance and they know that any suit brought against them all boils down to money.

    They hold life in the palm of their hands when distributing the drug and also when defending the drug.

    I think criminal charges are needed because their actions are criminal. Custodial sentences are also needed, a punishment that fits the crime, if you will.

  2. I don’t like drawing attention to myself, but, if I am in my doctor’s surgery 38 times howling with Seroxat withdrawal and then end up trying to hang myself eight weeks off Seroxat and the gp is telling me that ‘it is all my fault’ this puts me in the most diabolical mind set that it is possible to have. There is nowhere to go with it. I have nearly murdered myself because of a prescription drug and the sheer mental frustration of trying to prove my innocence when nobody wll listen is heinous and cripplingly frustrating.
    Criminal charges are needed, potentially a manslaughter charge and the only way I am going to get over this nightmare is to keep challenging the guilty verdict directed at me.

    • I could not agree more, having seen the effects of these drugs on both my two daughters and my elderly father. The drugs companies need to take responsibiliity and help people withdraw from these terrible drugs and there is nowhere to safely come off them.

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