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The Underlying Cause of Suicides & Homicides With SSRI Antidepressants


Health & Wellness  (tags: SSRI's KILL and damage, antidepressants, big pharma, money, doctors, eithics, bribes, deaths, adverse drug reactions, interns, doctors, healthcare, humans, children )

Cheryl
- 1909 days ago - medicationsense.com
Reports of unusual, severe reactions with selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor antidepressant drugs (SSRIs) emerged soon after the first SSRI, Prozac, was introduced in 1988. One of my own patients, a woman with a mild depressive disorder and no history



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Larry Sheehy (39)
Friday January 23, 2009, 5:09 pm
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Larry Sheehy (39)
Friday January 23, 2009, 5:11 pm
woops...sorry Cheryl!!!, meant to post this to the news I just posted...I have a comment for here too...back soon!
 

Mary Tormey (405)
Friday January 23, 2009, 5:18 pm
Finally someone has come up with some solutions.
 

Larry Sheehy (39)
Friday January 23, 2009, 5:26 pm
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catherine g. (120)
Sunday January 25, 2009, 1:45 am
i strongly object to the use of the word "patient" when referring to an individual seeking health care, particularly when this individual is a psychiatric patient ~

those who seek health care are CLIENTS, not patients. doctors are our agents, people we hire to guide us on our course of well-being. clients have the right to fire their doctors when the services rendered either aren't up to snuff, or the client no longer needs those services, for whatever reason ~

"client" is an active word; a client takes an active role in his health care. he does not passively wait for information to filter down to him, he goes and gets it ~

take back your health care! especially if you are a psychiatric patient! KNOW what is in your file, you have a legal right to that information ~
 

Cheryl Benson (390)
Sunday January 25, 2009, 1:56 am
hi larry I subsribe to Angela's greeninspiration, visit her site once in a while, ust getting better again at communicating, stillhard verbally to speak often, may write her
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well put 'clients' not patients, here no you don't have a legal right to your medical information, I have been calling about mine 6 hosptials involved, several doctors, specialists also. if it is harmful to you or a 3rd party, they don't giv it out, so, as in my case, you repeatedly get brain and body damaged from prescribed drugs, and malpractice and negligence, another doctor cant release any information that would harm another doctor, so I got left repeatedly brain damaged, movement disorders, and still at it for honest neurlogical care, and oh yes, most ofthe damage is from antidepressants, and 3 months of biploar medication, i wasnsn;t bipolar, the amount of misdiagnosis in my case is extreme and repetitive for years because of ignorance and discimintation regarding ME/CFS.

the damage these drugs do is horrendou, not all get affected. the violence has become common since prior 1991, the Prozac hearings, google ssristories , I posted it on c2nn ages ago.
 
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