Wikipedia, Seroxat Secrets and ‘Paul Gene’ – 2

OK then – what we need is for someone to write a Wikipedia article specifically about the rise of UK blogs that are written by patients who have been injured by taking Seroxat or SSRIs.

How’s that?

It could reference this blog, Seroxat Sufferers, Truthman30’s blog, Matthew Holford’s new blog…. the list could go on.

Anyone out there want to take it on?

4 Responses to “Wikipedia, Seroxat Secrets and ‘Paul Gene’ – 2”

  1. Matthew Holford Says:

    Easy. How about saying something along the lines of: “a series of blogs have sprung up, apparently to counteract the regulatory inertia that is claimed to exist in the pharmaceuticals sector (link to the HSC report).

    These include… and they have tended to concentrate on respected and verifiable sources for their commentary, including the quality press, clinical opinion, and regulators.”

    Pad that out as necessary, and post it. I’ll give it a whirl, if you like?

    Matt

  2. admin Says:

    Be my guest, Matt.

  3. Matthew Holford Says:

    And Paul Gene is… (drum role, please):

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User:Paul_gene

    I reckon he’s just the bloke we need, then, because no fucker seems to know how SSRIs work – perhaps he does?

    Matt

    Note bene: also posted on Seroxat Sufferers

  4. truthman30 Says:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User:Paul_gene

    User:Paul gene
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    • Learn more about using Wikipedia for research •
    [edit]About me

    I have a Ph.D. and work as a researcher in academia. My main field of interest is pharmacology of antidepressants. I also know something about immunology, chemistry and kinase inhibitors.

    Hmmm…
    Interesting…


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