Andrew Thibault’s new feature-length film, Speed Demons: Dying for Attention, is among the very best films ever made about the menace of psychiatric neurotoxins to children and adults. While focusing on ADHD and amphetamines, it offers a dramatic, gripping indictment of the FDA and the Pharmaceutical Empire. With a balance […]
In Florida in 2016 in the driveway of his home, a man fired pointblank shots through the windshield of his former girlfriend’s car and killed her new boyfriend. The accused had been started on the antidepressant Lexapro 18 days earlier. He was also put in turmoil ten minutes before his […]
Read Dr. Peter Gøtzsche’s second report in the Honored Blogger Series as he works hard to move psychiatry out of denial into facing the need for education about psychiatric drug withdrawal. See his results! Peter R. Breggin, MD
Can anything be more important for psychiatrists to discuss at their annual meeting than how they may help their patients come off their psychiatric drugs in the safest and best way? I don’t think so. In Denmark, about 5% of the whole population has become dependent on psychiatric drugs.
Read Peter Gøtzsche’s Honored Guest Blog: Psychiatrists Roadblock Psychiatric Drug Withdrawal Initiatives: Part 2
There is a one-word description that can transform how the world views these so-called “medicines.” Peter R. Breggin, MD
By Peter Breggin, MD January 17, 2018 There is a single scientific term that most appropriately describes psychiatric drugs. Not long ago, I used it in court on several occasions during my testimony to explain why psychiatric drugs can have such disastrous effects on the brain, mind, and behavior. My […]
I took this video from my porch 35 feet above Cayuga Lake in Upstate New York. The wind blew so fiercely through the frigid landscape…