Well, not EVERYTHING of course! This is the first post in a series I’m planning that will recap (in one handy place) all I’ve written so far about a particular subject. I thought it fitting that that I start with Dr Alastair Benbow, Glaxo’s Head of European Clinical Psychiatry.
In the past it was usually Benbow that Glaxo put forward to defend Seroxat. Because of this I have a spectacular library of quotes from him, which, over the years, I have been able to contrast against the truth once it became known. It seems to take two or three years for Benbow’s words to become redundant as the truth slowly drips out – and very often it is Glaxo itself that eventually contradicts its own spokesman.
It should be noted that Glaxo DID NOT use Benbow as their spokesman to make a response to the latest Panorama programme (29 Jan Secrets of the Drug Trials). Maybe they’ve noticed what I’ve noticed and decided that it’s better for them to keep him quiet.
This link will take you to my collected posts so far on this subject. It’s probably best to scroll down read them from the bottom upwards.