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Electric Shock Therapy led to Sunderland patient having permanent fit

on March 11, 2016



4 responses to “Electric Shock Therapy led to Sunderland patient having permanent fit

  1. cinnabar50 says:

    This is outrageous; such a drastic procedure should not be carried out on anyone without his or her consent. If the person is not able to make the decision than ECT should be carried out. Doing so is in my opinion a violation of this person’s human rights. Poor woman to have been forced to undergo this barbaric procedure. It is time ECT was confined to history where it belongs.


  2. judithhaire says:

    Thank you for commenting. I quite agree with what you say.


  3. judithhaire says:

    I realised what you meant; no worries there. I am a survivor of 6 treatments of ECT myself and we are on the same page here


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