What drug companies are not telling you about anti-depressants – watch the video

You’ve read the posts – now watch the Fox News video:

If you want to find out more, then here is a good starting point to learn about Glaxo and the infamous Study 329 and the MHRA and its 4 year long criminal investigation of Glaxo in the UK.

6 Responses to “What drug companies are not telling you about anti-depressants – watch the video”

  1. Lynn Says:

    Thank you very much for putting this video up. Is there any chance the British government would ever pay for a brain scan study to find if, as I believe, anti-depressants cause permanent brain damage in some people?

  2. truthman30 Says:

    I psersonally know of someone who was permanantly damaged by Seroxat. GSK has gagged the individual from Speaking out. But yes, she had a brain scan and Seroxat use has caused neurological damage to her brain…

  3. Lynn Says:

    Wow. I’m so sorry. I guess lawmakers should be urged to make these lawsuit gags illegal. I have asked so many medical people to order a brain scan for me and it’s like they completely ignore me.

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  5. Lea Schorr Says:

    As another poster wrote, “Wow.” Wow indeed, when we see drugs being touted to fix everything from falling hair to fallen arches, drs hand the pills out as if they were candy, and it takes some careful reading indeed of the “Treatment Effects” (that’s Orwellian NewSpeak for “side effects, adverse effects,” etc.) to find that the pills can cause the very problems they were supposed to be treating.
    Onward: SSRIs, TCAs, SNRIs burn out brain cells. Period. They do.
    As one who has been guinea-pigged with an ever-changing raft of these horror-pills, I can absolutely say it’s true that so-called antidepressants are mind killers.
    The pills can also cause what Big Pharma likes to call “suicidal ideation.” Why can’t BP call it what it is: “I wish I were dead syndrome!”
    The ads for these supposed wonder drugs all manage to skirt the I wish I were dead syndrome by stating very quietly that “blah blah name of drug may cause thoughts of suicide in young teens.”
    Every time I hear one of those ads I can’t help but mutter back at the speaker “Yeah, and in people between young teenage and dead, as well.”
    The ads will never tell the entire truth. Can’t have that; the stockholders would be unhappy, poor little things.
    Our doctors, if we protest that we haven’t done well historically with Brand(s) A through Z of these mindmelters, have seemingly all learned to bleat out “But this one is DIFFerent!” without blushing or stammering due to the fact they have to know they are lying…that is, if the drs have done any research at all.
    I didn’t know nor care that I shouldn’t have quit taking the pills “cold turkey.” I didn’t know nor was I told I could have died from stopping the da**** pills OR from not stopping them.
    No way in the world this side of my being in a coma and unable to resist, will I ever anyone prescribe killer pills for me ever again.
    My dr hates it when I insist on checking out medications he wants to order up for me. “I know,” he whines, “what you are going to do. You are going to go home, run this drug name through your computer, and latch onto a couple possible adverse effects and refuse to use what I want you to take.”
    I do not care what he “wants me to take.” This body I’m in is the only one I have and, despite the fact it’s not in really great shape I’m not ready quite yet for it to be dead.
    One of the reasons I no longer wish to stop living is that I will not, as I have already said, go anywhere near the junkmeds that make Big Pharma so rich.

  6. Lynn Says:

    I am glad you are able to be strong after your experience. Are you feeling any better now?
    I feel like I am deteriorating.
    Lynn


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