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Mental health patient left with PTSD after 10 day wait for NHS psychiatric bed


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The Royal College Of Death, Disablement And Denial…

GSK : Licence To (K) ill (Documenting GSK And Seroxat)

“….Could our drug-based paradigm of care, for some unforeseen reason, be fueling the increase in disability rates? And in order to investigate that question, you need to look at two things. First, do psychiatric medications alter the long-term course of mental disorders for the better, or for the worse? Do they increase the likelihood that a person will be able to function well over the long-term, or do they increase the likelihood that a person will end up on disability?…”

Robert Whitaker –



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Electro Shock Therapy Destroyed My Life


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