Cases

The ‘Beast of Baflo’ or a case of GSK (Glaxo’s Seroxat Kills)

A case presently being played out in a Netherlands Court involves a man who killed two people: his girlfriend, and a policeman who was responding to the emergency call. Mr Asalam S. was taking Paroxetine (AKA Paxil and Seroxat) at the time of the killings. He is originally from Benin in Africa and at the time… Continue reading The ‘Beast of Baflo’ or a case of GSK (Glaxo’s Seroxat Kills)

Newspaper and internet articles, Random

Irish reports on GSK’s fraudulent marketing.

Following yesterdays news that GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) has been fined $3 billion for fraudulently marketing their products, I found the differences in Irish reporting and worldwide reports quite frightening. In the Irish Times and RTE News articles it reported, that among GlaxoSmithKline's wrongdoing, was illegally marketing Paxil to children. OK SO FAR! NO-WHERE in either Article… Continue reading Irish reports on GSK’s fraudulent marketing.

Cases, Newspaper and internet articles

Precedent blaming an SSRI in suicide/homicide case.

  Donald  Schell went to his doctor because he was having problems with sleeping. His doctor prescribed Paxil (also known as Aropax and Seroxat), an ssri antidepressant. Two days later Mr.Schell shot and killed his wife, his daughter, his granddaughter and himself. This was the first guilty verdict returned against a pharmaceutical company regarding adverse behavioural effects of… Continue reading Precedent blaming an SSRI in suicide/homicide case.