I think we all know the internet is overflowing with all kinds of dubious sources of ‘information’ sources.
I’m a patient who suffered greatly at the hands of GlaxoSmithkline and decided to tell my story by creating this blog. As such I freely admit that I am not, by any stretch of the imagination, unbiased.
I see what I do as trying to counter (in some small way) the spin and lies that Glaxo routinely produces every week of the year.
I also hope I may be able to help some people understand what’s happening to them if they are suffering from Seroxat addiction and are trying to withdraw from the drug.
But if you don’t want to believe me, then can I suggest you look at the new blog written by Dr David Healy – Dr Healy being the internationally respected psychiatrist, pyschopharmacologist, scientist and author. I can’t recommend this blog enough. Go there now!
And for the record:
I believe Seroxat is defective and dangerous.
I believe that Glaxo has hidden clinical trial data that shows exactly how dangerous a drug it is.
I believe that something must be done to help people who suffer terrible problems with withdrawal, as they desperately try to stop taking Seroxat.
I believe that Seroxat is addictive.
I believe that Seroxat can cause anger, aggression and violence.
I believe that doctors have taken large sums of money from Glaxo to lie about the efficacy and safety of Seroxat.
I believe that GlaxoSmithKline puts profits before patients – their wealth before our health.
I took Seroxat for 9 years and it took me 22 months to withdraw from the drug little by little.
Maybe you should believe me – I do know what I’m talking about.