Friday, April 16, 2004

FDA blocked top expert's testimony
on suicide and antidpressant link

The FDA--according to its mouthpiece the NY Times--blocked one of its own top experts, Dr. Andrew D. Mosholder, from giving testimony about his findings that children given antidepressants were twice as likely to become suicidal as those given placebos.

If you have a brain and have been listening, you know that the FDA has obviously been in the pocket of the major drug companies for the last couple of decades.

Nice to see it coming out in such a fashion. Dr. Mosholder should be commended for his bravery in breaking ranks and trying to tell the truth. He is being called an "alarmist".

If there's a fire blazing, what should one do but sound the alarm!

Here's the article - you'll need to sign up for a free membership in the NY Times online in order to read it.

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