Iatrogenesis

When Science and Anecdote Collide

For decades, declarations by perturbed relatives that a loved-one’s death was iatrogenic (induced by medical treatment), were often dismissed as anecdotal. Accounts imparted by concerned loved-ones were likely to be rejected, albeit often kindly – yet thrust aside as the demented rantings of a grieving loved-one. Placated with persuasive words, relatives often slink away, suitably… Continue reading When Science and Anecdote Collide

Newspaper and internet articles, psychiatry

Celexa(cipramil) cover-up.

Renowned Psychiatry Professor Helped Forest Labs Cover up Bad Results of Antidepressant in Children! The U.S. Department of Justice has sued the pharmaceutical company Forest Labs about the marketing of the antidepressant Celexa for use by children. It’s an affair about bribery, illegal marketing and cover-up of a drug trial with negative results. The company… Continue reading Celexa(cipramil) cover-up.