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Sunday, May 31, 2009

GSK's Alleged $1.9 Billion Tax Dodge Went Against Its Own Ethics Code

Two articles of interest recently sent to me from Seroxat advocate, The Truthman

1ST ARTICLE


GSK's Alleged $1.9 Billion Tax Dodge Went Against Its Own Ethics Code

Source: Bnet Pharma

If you thought GlaxoSmithKline was a British company with a British corporate headquarters whose American Depositary Receipts traded on the New York Stock Exchange, you’re wrong! Turns out GSK is a Swiss company, and its U.S. unit is just a device to dodge taxes, according to the WSJ.

The U.S. government has taken GSK to court, demanding $1.9 billion in taxes owed. It alleges that in the merger of Glaxo-Wellcome and SmithKline Beecham, Glaxo became the U.S. unit of a Swiss-based parent. The newly merged U.S. GlaxoSmithKline then paid tax deductible compensation payments to its Swiss parent, thus reducing its tax bill.

The IRS — unsurprisingly — doesn’t quite understand how paying money to yourself makes it non-taxable. This battle comes after GSK lost a 2006 tax war and ended up paying $3.4 billion in unpaid taxes.

FULL STORY

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2nd ARTICLE

Japan Revises SSRI Warnings--Hostility, Violence

Source: Alliance for Human Research Protection

In Japan reports of violence linked to SSRI antidepressants have raised public awareness to the danger these drugs can pose. A Japanese psychiatrist acknowledges: "To say that being able to tell the difference between depressives and mild manic-depressives is the test of a psychiatrist's true skill is no exaggeration."

The absence of any empirically valid diagnostic tool in psychiatry puts patients at risk of trial and error --i.e., Russian roulette--diagnostic and treatment methods

FULL STORY

Thanks to The Truthman for his tireless research.

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EXPERTS CAST DOUBT ON CLAIM FOR ‘WONDER’ CANCER JABS

It's good to see the mainstream press finally reporting on GSK's vaccine, Cervarix. I've been banging the drum loudly about this for some time now. It appears, the tabloids are now taking an interest - they may wish to delve deeper and look Ofsted's involvement in all of this.


Source: Sunday Express
Hat-Tip: Ruth

LEADING scientists and doctors have raised fresh concerns about the safety of a cervical cancer vaccine.


They have accused the manufacturers of Cervarix and another jab, Gardasil, of making misleading claims.

More than 1,300 British girls have reported adverse reactions to Cervarix, ranging from paralysis to convulsions and sight problems.

Hailed as a wonder drug, it is claimed the jab will give 70 per cent protection from the disease to every girl under 18 by 2011.

Earlier this month the Sunday Express revealed the story of Rebecca Ramagge, 13, of Reigate, Surrey, who has been unable to walk for six months because of a joint disorder.

Rebecca’s paediatrician blames her condition on Cervarix.

In Germany, 13 distinguished professors have complained that the jab makers, Glaxo SmithKline and Sanofi, have been guilty of giving “incorrect” information.

Professor Martina Doren, of the Charitie Hospital in Berlin, said: “What concerns us is that the two manufacturers of the vaccine aren’t always using facts. They claim that a lot of high-risk strains of cancer-causing virus are protected against but equally there are others that are not.

“If protection is not more than 20 per cent then that is an awful lot of money to be spending, particularly as the vaccines have quite serious side-effects.

“Assertions that a vaccine reduces the risk of cervical cancer by 70 per cent or even 98 per cent should not be made at this point.”

Professor Doren criticised the fact that the only trials for the vaccines were carried out on women aged between 15 and 26 while the vaccine was being given to 12 and 13 year olds.

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I've previously blogged about the dangers of Cervarix here:

GSK - A Catalogue of Disasters!

Glaxo: "Promote More, Feel Better and Live a Life of Luxury"

Glaxo Goes Head-to-Head on HPV

Teenage Girls Sue Over GSK's Cancer Jab, Cervarix!

GlaxoSmithKline submits final study data to FDA for cervical cancer vaccine

HPV Vaccine Video on Youtube

Concerns over GSK's Cervarix vaccine

UP YOURS GLAXO!

Mindy Merck & Gail Glaxo Dilemma

LOLA'S LAND PROMOTING HPV VACCINE

GlaxoSmithKline's Cervarix. Is Your Daughter Safe?

More debate on GSK's Cervarix

Cervical Cancer, Ofsted & GlaxoSmithKline

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GSK - A Catalogue of Disasters!

Holocaust - an act of mass destruction and loss of life.

Paxil
GSK misrepresented the results of its research to its sales representatives, saying it had "remarkable efficacy and safety in the treatment of adolescent depression".

Zyban
Eighteen smokers have died after taking Zyban - the new 'wonder cure' for nicotine addiction.

Wellbutrin
Wellbutrin was withdrawn in 1986 because of an unacceptable incidence of seizures. It was released back to the market in 1986 for unknown reasons.

Imitrex
Plaintiffs are Ronnie J. Brown, individually, as curator for his wife, Sharon GayDavis Brown, and as natural tutor for their son, Cory H. Brown. Plaintiffs sued for damages to Mrs. Brown caused by her use of the drug Imitrex.

Raxar
In 1999 Raxar was removed from the market after questions regarding its safety were raised. Raxar was shown to prolong the heart's QT interval.

Relenza
The FDA found 115 cases of psychiatric side effects linked to Relenza, including 74 in children. Most of the reports were from Japan.

Lotronex
After meetings with Food and Drug Administration (FDA), Glaxo Wellcome has made the decision to pull Lotronex (alosetron hydrochloride) from the market.

Myodil
Between 1946 and 1988 Glaxo made and sold a spinal x-ray contrast medium called Myodil. Injected into the spinal canal in order to show up problems on x-rays, the drug was sold in approximately fifty countries including the UK. But Myodil, an oil-based yellow dye, was far from harmless itself – once injected into the spine it has been shown to cause a disease called Adhesive Arachnoiditis.

Trivax vaccine
British drug giant GlaxoSmithKline has finally admitted that thousands of babies in this country were inoculated with a batch of toxic whooping cough vaccines in the 1970s. Some experts believe that these Trivax vaccines - which had not passed critical company safety tests - may have caused permanent brain damage and even fatalities in young children.

LYMErix vaccine
Jenny Marra, a New Jersey hospice nurse positive for HLA-DR4, said she had been living with "severe joint and muscle pain since vaccination in 1999. SmithKline did not include a warning about the potential risk for this information in the product labeling or inform the health care providers of this concern. Had I known this I personally would not have taken the vaccine." Physicians aware of the political controversy, she added, are turning the LYMErix vaccine victims away "with statements like, 'I don't want to get involved.'"

Serevent
FDA documents released yesterday indicate that about a year ago, the agency asked Glaxo to strengthen Serevent's existing so-called black box warning, the most serious a drug label can carry. The FDA wanted the label to say that a study found a "a small but significant" risk for asthma-related deaths in all Serevent users and not just African-Americans, as previously indicated.

Advair
Recent medical studies indicate that Advair and it's sister drug Serevent asthma inhaler may be responsible for increased number of asthma deaths in adults & children. The active ingredient salmeterol is also found in Advair, Serevent or Foradil maybe responsible for many of these asthma related deaths. Advair is manufactured by GlaxoSmithKline,(GSK). Advair (fluticasone/salmeterol) is an inhaled medication used to treat asthma and COPD. It is a combination medication consisting of an inhaled steroid and a long-acting form of albuterol, called salmeterol.

Avandia
A prominent US clinician has concluded that a diabetes drug produced by UK pharmaceutical company GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) increases the risks of heart attack and death. Steven Nissen from the Cleveland Clinic, Ohio, undertook a meta-analysis of clinical studies comparing patients treated with GSK's Avandia (rosiglitazone maleate) with controls. He concluded that Avandia was associated with a 43 per cent increase in the risk of heart attack. His article, published in the 14 June edition of the New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM), was released early by the journal's editors due to its public health concern.

Cervarix vaccine
A GROUP of British teenagers has launched the first legal action against the makers of a controversial ­cervical cancer jab.They have suffered symptoms ranging from paralysis and ­seizures to fatigue and muscle aches since being given the Cervarix vaccine.



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Friday, May 29, 2009

What's in a Name - SSRi Brand Naming

I'm currently reading Terence Young's excellent book 'DEATH BY PRESCRIPTION' that he kindly sent me via a Canadian friend of mine. Firstly, thanks for the inscription, very kind :)

Death by Prescription tears at the heart strings during the first few Chapters, Terence talks openly about how he witnessed his daughter, Vanessa, dying in front of him - to cut a long story short, she died as a result of taking a drug, Prepulsid, that was given to her 'off-licence' - a practice that still continues today with a whole heap of drugs.

I'll write about the book when I have completed it.

Terence has made some great analogies throughout thus far and many have been noted.

I feel compelled to write about Chapter 12, 'Games With Names', in which Terence explains how pharmaceutical companies choose brand names as powerful marketing tricks to get you, I and your doctor hooked subconsciously. They hire 'experts' to come up with an 'eye-catching' name [brand].

Some examples Terence points to:

Serafem - Manufactured by Eli Lilly, marketed for women with PMDD [bad periods].

Serafem sounds like seraphim, which means angel. The "phim" is replaced with "fem" - short for feminine. A feminine angel? Sounds nice eh?

Of course, Terence goes into much more detail than I have and came up with more examples and a little test too.

Look at the next two sentences and see if they make sense to you, he writes.

"Can yuo udnrestsnd tihs? Rseaerchres at Cmabrigde Uinervitsy hvee shwne the haumn mnid redas the wrod as a wolhe, so the ordre of the letres is not ipmortant, if the fsrit and lsat leetrts are in the rghit palce."

At first glance you'd think complete gobblydegook, but it's quite simple to read and a trick that Pharma use when giving their drugs a brand name.

Terence points out the rival drug to Viagra, a drug named, 'Levitra'. Using the excercise above it becomes quite clear in the thinking behind the co-manufacturers of Levitra, Bayer Pharmaceuticals, GSK, and Schering-Plough.

See if you can work it out for yourselves.

What does an erectile dysfunction promise to do?

Think about it?

Terence carefully analyses the word Levitra by using the simple excercise.

He writes:

"The human mind reads the whole word, taking meaning from jumbled letters. Levitra is a letter jumble from the word 'elevate' by switching an 'e' for an 'r'. Many male customers would subconsciously get this message without Bayer ever mentioning what they need to elevate."

I've often wondered about the brand names for paroxetine. Seroxat, I thought, seemed pretty clear but maybe the 'ser' does not imply serotonin, maybe it subconsciously implies 'serene'?

Terence also points out that branding companies sometimes use certain letters like 'x' and 'c' because they produce a harder tonality.

It's certainly gave me food for thought.

Take Effexor - Surely the name would imply 'effective'? I bet you any money they wouldn't have named it Deffexor as that would most surely imply the opposite - 'Defective'.

I'm sure there will be many more that you will come across as you go through your medicine cabinets.

Incidently, the Latin for 'peace' is 'Pax' - clever eh?


Terence Young's book, Death By Prescription, is currently on sale and the spirit of his daughter, Vanessa, emanates from each page.


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GSK Employee 'Not Happy'

This from the excellent and very insightful, Cafe Pharma Forum, a place where GSK Reps vent their anger.

At GSK, I have participated in fake interviews as part of my development. When I questioned why we are getting people's hopes up (as wall as wasting their time), I was told that I needed the experience in a setting where it couldn't hurt the company and they built up their stock of resumes. Later, when there was a position open, I remembered a great candidate I interviewed and asked for his resume from file. My manager told me "We never look at those resumes again, we just keep them to satisfy HR. If this guy really wants the job, let him reapply. We don't chase after people, they come to us."

Needless to say, after insights like these into management, I am looking for a new company.

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Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Will Seroxat scandal damage GSK?

Source: - Claire Murphy, PR Week

Will Seroxat scandal damage GSK?

by Claire Murphy , PR Week UK 27-Mar-08

GlaxoSmithKline has escaped prosecution over Seroxat, but the public may not be not so forgiving.

When the Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Authority (MHRA) concluded its investigation into GlaxoSmithKline's act­ions over its Seroxat anti-depressant earlier this month, MHRA chief executive Kent Woods said he was ‘disappointed' that GSK had not released trial data for the drug earlier.



When the data was finally published in 2003, five years after some of the earliest trials had been held, it showed that Seroxat caused an increased risk of suicide in children.

There is no legal req­uirement to publish trial data once a drug has been licensed, but Woods said he believed GSK had an ‘ethical res­ponsibility' to publish the results.

New research commissioned by PRWeek has found the vast majority of the public agree. Ninety-six per cent of people think GSK should have published the data, while 86 per cent say the reputation of the whole pharma ind­ustry has been damaged by the affair.

But the MHRA does not escape blame, with 57.4 per cent of people saying it should be held responsible for failing to ensure Seroxat was correctly prescribed.
The drug was never lic­ensed for children, although some doctors had been prescribing it (until it was banned for under-18s in 2003).

The good news for GSK is that over-55s - likely to be the largest consumers of prescription drugs - are the least likely to lay blame at the door of the company and the most likely to regard the MHRA as responsible. Of this group 66.4 per cent hold GSK responsible (against an average of 71.5 per cent), while 62.9 per cent pin blame on the MHRA.

But GSK's fiercest critics are 45- to 54-year-olds - 75.8 per cent of which hold GSK responsible.

So how should GSK, and the wider pharma industry, re-establish trust?



We asked Shelley Jofre, the BBC journalist whose seven-year investigation of Seroxat led to GSK publishing the trial data, and consultant Karen Winterhalter, the MD of Onyx Health and a member of the British Association for Psycho­pharmacology.

THE JOURNALIST'S VIEW
Shelley Jofre, reporter, BBC Panorama


‘GSK took an active part in my first two Panorama programmes on Seroxat, before the MHRA banned its use for this age group. GSK's Alastair Benbow was interviewed a third time for a Panorama update after Seroxat was banned for use by under-18s, but his explanation - "If you imagine a school of more than 1,000 children, all of whom are deeply troubled by depression, less than a small class size would have these suicidal thoughts" - seemed ill-judged.

In my later two programmes the company issued statements claiming it had supplied a paediatric trial promptly to the MHRA but - given the MHRA's criticism of GSK - that seems hard to justify.

The issue of relevance to the PR community is the use of medical writers to prepare trial data reports. In one GSK trial the data showed ten children (of the sample of 93) had severe psychiatric problems that were "possibly related" to taking Seroxat and one had a headache that was "definitely related". In the report the writer had changed the meaning by writing: "Of the 11 patients, only a headache was considered to be related to the treatment."'

THE PR PROFESSIONAL'S VIEW
Karen Winterhalter, managing director, Onyx Health


‘The majority of people do not really understand the pharmaceutical industry and this leads to suspicion. The negative stories are never balanced with good ones about the investment pharma firms put into research, the development of corporate social responsibility programmes encouraging more science in schools, or the fact that the industry employs about 323,000 people directly and indirectly in the UK.

The two biggest hurdles the industry faces are the general lack of understanding of how a drug gets its licence and how certain sections of the media report drug-related stories.

While many condemn GSK for not disclosing problems with Seroxat earlier, I wonder how many realise the drug was never licensed for children in this country, a message the media largely failed to report.

As well as getting positive facts out about the industry, we need a basic education programme about how drugs are licensed and funded in the UK. We can expect a dip in the industry's reputation but, as history has shown, it will be temporary.'

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Flu Vaccinated Kids More Likely to Be Hospitalized

On May 19, 2009, researchers presented a study that found children who received the trivalent inactivated influenza vaccine [TIV] had a three times greater risk of hospitalization for the flu than kids who were not vaccinated at the International Conference of the American Thoracic Society in San Diego.

To determine whether the vaccine was effective in reducing the number of hospitalizations over consecutive flu seasons for 8 years, the researchers conducted a study of 263 children between the ages of 6 months and 18, evaluated at the Mayo Clinic between 1996 and 2006, with laboratory-confirmed influenza and reviewed records to determine which kids had received a flu shot before the illness and hospitalization.

The CDC currently recommends that “all children aged 6 months up to their 19th birthday get a flu vaccine,” on its website.

Full story by Evelyn Pringle HERE

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Tuesday, May 26, 2009

Music - Beats any SSRi

Forget the poison pills to make you feel better.

Crank up the volume and listen to your favourite band/artist

Works for me when I need an injection of spiritual lifting.

*Caution.

DO NOT stop taking your medication abrubtly.


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The Money behind Falsified Drug Research

Source OpEd News

Last week we reported that a Dr. Karen Wagner, professor, psychiatrist and key researcher at the University of Texas was one of the latest targets caught in the net of U.S. Senator Chuck Grassley in his ongoing war against drug company corruption and undue financial influence on the U.S. Health industry.

Grassley's investigators initially found that pharmaceutical giant, GlaxoSmithKline paid the psychiatrist more than $160,000 between 2000 and 2005 while she was the director of child and adolescent psychiatry at the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston.

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Monday, May 25, 2009

SHARISE GATCHELL R.I.P.

On the 25th May, 2003, Sharise Gatchell committed suicide. Her parents found her on their return from a weekend trip in Scotland.

This from the memorial site her sister set up for her.

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This web site is dedicated to my late sister Sharise Gatchell.

Sharise committed suicide on the 25th May 2003...age 18... Sharise had been prescribed the anti-depressant Seroxat, also known as Paxil in the U.S.

I really thought she would become a famous artist.. Sharise had so much talent and energy, Seroxat took that all that away... after only 17 days on Seroxat, she hanged herself from the loft hatch in my parents home...

My mom and dad found her on their return from a weekend trip in Scotland... Sharise knew very well that my parents would not let her go back on Seroxat and so she took it secretly. The first time she was prescribed the drug at the age of 16, she started self harming, cutting her arms, something that had never ever happened before. She was never the same again.

2 years later Sharise felt really down and in desperation went to see a GP. Unwittingly a new doctor prescribed my sister Seroxat again. The previous doctor never bothered to add to the medical records that Seroxat had caused Sharise to self harm, even after my mother made a great deal of effort to make her aware of the issue.

The drugs manufacturer GlaxoSmithKline has finally admitted that Seroxat can cause some people to have suicidal thoughts and tendencies when on the drug.. Thanks for letting us know 2 weeks after her death. Congratulations for raking in billions of pounds while you poison our society with your wicked "treatments" that are now turning out to be less beneficial than a placebo. I wish immense stress and bankruptcy on all of you.

My family and I will spend the rest of our days making people aware of the enormity of your greed, and your selfish disregard for human life... we shall NEVER stop...

As a mark of respect, Seroxat Sufferers Blog will carry no futher posts today.

SHARISE GATCHELL R.I.P.



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For the best part of three days readers have been getting the message 'Internet Explorer cannot open the website operation aborted', when they visit this blog.

This is a bug in the Internet Explorer browser and hopefully I have rectified it now.

Sorry for the inconvenience.

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Sunday, May 24, 2009

GSK Enter Blog Land

I think even they know how influential blogging can be!

Thanks to The Truthman for these links:

1st one - Ed Silverman formerly of the excellent Pharmalot, writes about the new GSK Blog.

"Big pharma continues to dabble, tentatively, with social media. The latest example is GlaxoSmithKline, which this week launched its very own corporate blog, called More Than Medicine. The effort, which is edited by a corporate communications person identified only as Michael M, will purportedly devote more space to health issues but largely avoid discussion of Glaxo products, citing “unique regulatory parameters governing our communications” as a drug maker."

More here

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2nd one - John Mack talks aboyt the 'real agenda' of GSK's new blog.

"Why did GSK launch this blog and why is it focused only on US residents? I hope to get answers to these and other questions from "Michael F.," one of the GSK bloggers, in a future Pharma Marketing Talk show/podcast interview. That won't stop me, however, from speculating."

More here

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Here, Mike Huckman writes about how GSK sent him a link to their new blog. Mike Huckman works for American TV giants, CNBC.

Finally, here is GSK's new blog, "American Health: More Than Medicine."

I wonder if they will put this blog on their blog roll?

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Friday, May 22, 2009

Glaxo: "Promote More, Feel Better and Live a Life of Luxury"

Cervarix triggers higher immune response than Gardasil

A head-to-head trial showed that its cervical cancer vaccine Cervarix produced two to six times as many antibodies as Merck & Co.'s Gardasil.

[The trial was sponsored by GlaxoSmithKline]

GOAL: Promote GSK Product, Cervarix

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A new Mr Men book has been released to help promote anti-allergy medications.

'Mr Sneeze and His Allergies' was written by Adam Hargreaves, the son of Mr Men creator Roger Hargreaves, and published by Egmont Books.

[The book was sponsored by GlaxoSmithKline]

GOAL: Promote GSK products, Piriteze and Piriton.

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Della Reese Touched By Diabetes

On the long-running CBS hit Touched by an Angel, Della Reese was a party to many miracles. Now in real life the actress hopes to create life-changing results for those suffering from diabetes.

She is now compensated as the national spokesperson for an educational awareness campaign called "Della Reese: Stronger Than Diabetes."

[The campaign was sponsored by GlaxoSmithKline]

GOAL: Promote GSK Product, Avandia

**Reese's doctor prescribed Avandia which targets insulin resistance by making the body more sensitive to the insulin it is already making.

"The medication is helping me a lot," Reese says. "I don't have to take insulin because I have been able to make these changes and take this medication."

In 2007 a prominent US clinician concluded that Avandia, a diabetes drug produced by UK pharmaceutical company GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) increases the risks of heart attack and death.

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Fat: What No One is Telling You

PBS program on obesity, premiered April 11, 2007 on PBS

[The TV Programme was sponsored by GlaxoSmithKline]

GOAL: Promote GSK Product, Alli

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Medical Conference on Childhood Depression

GlaxoSmithKline attempted to show that Paxil/Seroxat worked for depressed children

GOAL: Promote GSK Product, Seroxat

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GlaxoSmithKline's Motto.

Committed to improving the quality of human life by enabling people to do more, feel better and live longer.

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GlaxoSmithKline in $1.9 billion tax court battle

Source Wall Street Journal

GlaxoSmithKline PLC is embroiled in a potential $1.9 billion court battle with the Internal Revenue Service, which says the drug maker owes back taxes, interest and penalties stemming from tax deductions Glaxo generated essentially by making payments to itself.

The dispute centers on a practice known as earnings stripping, in which a multinational company reduces its taxes by claiming interest deductions for payments to a related unit overseas. The company claims deductions on its U.S. tax return, but no money ultimately leaves the parent company's coffers, and publicly reported profit is unchanged.

"The ability of U.S. subsidiaries of foreign multinationals to strip away earnings like this is a problem" because it significantly reduces the U.S. corporate-tax base, says Reuven Avi-Yonah, a former corporate tax attorney and now director of the international-tax program at the University of Michigan Law School.

The battle comes as the Obama administration is targeting corporate tax cutting, this month unveiling a list of tactics it wants to curtail. One of the proposals addresses earnings stripping, but only for a narrow segment of companies.

Full story here

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Wednesday, May 20, 2009

MPs call in a psychiatrist to deal with the 'stress' of the expenses furore

Source: Daily Mail


A psychiatrist has been made available to counsel cheating MPs who are 'stressed' by the expenses scandal.

The therapist has been retained on-call because of concerns that some politicians are close to mental breakdowns following scrutiny of their claims, the Mail understands.

At least half a dozen MPs have been reported to the police following allegations that they have committed crimes by fiddling their taxpayer-funded allowances.

The Mail reported this month that three unnamed backbenchers were said to have been placed on 'suicide watch' by Labour whips.

The psychiatrist, paid from taxpayers' money, will be on hand to counsel MPs struggling to cope after details of their excesses were revealed, sources say

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MP - I'm stressed out because my fiddling has been highlighted by the media

PSYCHIATRIST - Here, take Seroxat!

MP - No thanks, I've heard it's dangerous.

PSYCHIATRIST - And you have lobbied for it's removal, right?

MP - Jeez, is that the time? Sorry, must dash, I have a gravy train to catch!


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Tuesday, May 19, 2009

MD Calls for immediate embargo of all antipsychotics and antidepressants

Newswire

Fred A. Baughman Jr., MD Announces: Vets' Sudden Cardiac Deaths Are Not Suicides or Overdoses

EL CAJON, Calif., May 19 /PRNewswire/ -- Fred A. Baughman Jr., MD today announced the results of his research into the "series" of veterans' deaths acknowledged by the Surgeon General of the Army.


Upon reading the May 24, 2008, Charleston (WV) Gazette article "Vets taking Post Traumatic Stress Disorder drugs die in sleep," Baughman began to investigate why these reported deaths were "different." And, why they were likely, the "tip of an iceberg."


Andrew White, Eric Layne, Nicholas Endicott and Derek Johnson were four West Virginia veterans who died in their sleep in early 2008. Baughman's research suggests that they did not commit suicide and did not overdose as suggested by the military. All were diagnosed with PTSD. All seemed "normal" when they went to bed. And, all were on Klonopin (a benzodiazepine), Paxil (an SSRI antidepressant) and Seroquel (an antipsychotic).


On January 15, 2009, the New England Journal of Medicine (Ray et al), reported that antipsychotics double the risk of sudden cardiac death.


On February 7, 2008, Surgeon General Eric B. Schoomaker, said there has been "a series of deaths in Warrior Training Units" -- "often as a consequence of the use of multiple prescription and nonprescription medicines and alcohol ... we all saw the unfortunate death of Heath Ledger, the 'Brokeback Mountain' star, who died from an accidental overdose."


But Ledger was not on any heart-toxic medication. When found, his pulse and respirations were intact! When found, none of the veterans were breathing or had pulse. There's, most likely, were sudden cardiac deaths!


Sudden cardiac death is an unexpected death due to cardiac causes occurring in a short time period (generally within 1 h of symptom onset) in a person with known or unknown cardiac disease in whom no previously diagnosed fatal condition is apparent. (Medscape e-Medicine 7/17/06)


As of April 16, 2009, veteran's wife, Diane Vande Burgt, had Googled 19 "dead in bed," 36 "dead in barracks," or "... room," and 19 "under investigation." Removing reported "suicides" shortened our original list by 15 names leaving a total of 74 probable sudden cardiac deaths - most in soldiers or veterans in their 20's. An article from the AP, San Antonio, 4/17/09, reported "The deaths of two soldiers are being investigated ... both men apparently died in their sleep."


It was reported in June, 2008, that 89% of veterans with PTSD are given antidepressants and 34% antipsychotics (Mohamed & Rosenheck, June 2008). A third, then, are exposed to the additive potential of both to cause sudden cardiac death. (Sicouri & Antzelevitch, 2008)


On April 13, 2009, Baughman wrote the Office of the Surgeon General of the Army: "the Surgeon General said there has been 'a series, a sequence of deaths' Has the study of these deaths been published?


On April 17, 2009, the response came: "The assessment is still pending and has not been released yet."


There being no such thing as an essential psychiatric drug, I call upon the military for an immediate embargo of all antipsychotics and antidepressants until there has been a complete, wholly public, clarification of the extent and causes of this epidemic of probable sudden cardiac deaths.

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Sunday, May 17, 2009

Buried News from 2009

This one slipped by unoticed, it's relevance will be quite clear.

Read on:

NEW ORLEANS DOCTOR SENTENCED TO SEVEN YEARS, 3 MONTHS IN FEDERAL PRISON FOR HEALTH CARE FRAUD VIOLATIONS

January 14, 2009
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

MARIA CARMEN PALAZZO, MD, PHD, MMM, age 57, a resident of New Orleans, was sentenced by U. S. District Judge Mary Ann Vial Lemmon to eighty-seven (87) months imprisonment for 39 counts of health care fraud, announced U. S Attorney Jim Letten. In addition to the term of imprisonment, Judge Lemmon imposed restitution in the amount of $655,260.97 to the Medicare and Medicaid programs, and three (3) years of supervised release following the term of imprisonment. During the three year term the defendant will be under federal supervision and risks an additional term of imprisonment should she violate any terms of her supervised release.

New release HERE

What the news release fails to mention is that PALAZZO, was a clinical investigator for SmithKline Beecham. Here is the original indictment from the Federal Bureau of Investigation:



U. S. DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE

United States Attorney Jim Letten

Eastern District of Louisiana

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

THURSDAY, JUNE 14, 2007

WWW.USDOJ.GOV/USAO/LAE
CONTACT: KATHY ENGLISH

PHONE: (504) 680-3068

FAX: (504) 589-4978



LOCAL PSYCHIATRIST INDICTED FOR FRAUD ASSOCIATED WITH MENTALLY ILL PATIENTS AND CHILDREN IN CLINICAL TRIALS

NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA - DR. MARIA CARMEN PALAZZO, age 55, a resident of New Orleans, Louisiana, was charged in a 55-count superseding indictment by a Federal Grand Jury for health care fraud and false documentation associated with a clinical trial of Paxil in children and adolescents, announced U. S. Attorney Jim Letten.

The indictment alleges that during approximately a five-year period, DR. PALAZZO defrauded Medicare in connection with services she claimed to have rendered to patients in a Psychiatric Partial Hospitalization Program at Touro Infirmary. The indictment also charges that DR. PALAZZO defrauded Medicare by submitting false and fraudulent invoices to Touro Infirmary for consulting and medical director services. It is also alleged that as a result of the fraud, Medicare paid PALAZZO over $653,000 she was not entitled to receive.

DR. PALAZZO, who specializes in psychiatry, is also charged with offenses relating to clinical trials involving Paxil. The indictment charges that PALAZZO, as a clinical investigator for SmithKline Beecham d/b/a GlaxoSmithKline, fraudulently failed to maintain and prepare records required by the FDA for evaluation Paxil’s safety and effectiveness in children and adolescents.




GlaxoSmithKline, a leading healthcare company that helps people to do more, feel better and live longer.






Fid

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Friday, May 15, 2009

15TH MAY - MEETING WITH MHRA - BIRMINGHAM

At 11am today I met with Simon Gregor, the Communications Manager at the MHRA.

Simon had contacted me some two weeks previous to invite me to share my thoughts about the fairly recent MHRA Strategy Plan, which can be downloaded HERE.

We spoke at great length [almost two and a half hours] and, it seems, the MHRA are opening their doors to patient/advocate feedback.

The MHRA's vision is set out as:

Identify areas of work where the Agency can build and strengthen co-operative and mutually beneficial relationships with patients and the public.

Encourage and promote patient and public engagement in Agency activities, where appropriate, ensuring that the partnership is meaningful and effective.

Ensure that plans and decisions made within the Agency have been considered and influenced by patients and the public where relevant in their development.

Engage a diverse range of individuals within the Agency's work so that views reflected come from a wide constituency of people.

Ensure that the engagement of patients and public is championed and promoted at a senior level within the Agency.

Engage and consult with Agency staff and other stakeholders in the development of patient and public engagement within the Agency.

We discussed many issues and, dare I say, broke down some barriers. The angle, from what I can gather, is the MHRA have realised that patient and advocate input is vitally important to their business and vitally important to needless patient suffering.

Some may see this as a way of stifling those critics [such as myself] but I guess there has to be a point where 'enemies' sit down at a table and talk.

Simon has plans to speak with other advocates and patients and asked me to offer up names of those whom I thought could prove a valuable asset to MHRA coming to grips with exactly how we feel about them.

There are folk, two in particular that I would have liked to included on the list but they choose to write anonymous blogs, therefore I kept their anonymity, I speak of two good friends and advocates who write Seroxat Secrets and GSK Licence to Kill. If the authors of these sites wish to speak with Simon Gregor, they can contact me at my email address.

I think this is a massive opportunity for those of us who have criticised the MHRA for what we see as failings - Personally, I think Simon Gregor wants these opinions so the MHRA can move forwards rather than be stuck in this almost masonic situation they are currently in. If you read the strategy plan you will note that the previous meetings with campaigners have been beneficial to them. My argument with Simon was whether they were beneficial to the advocates.

As you know, my last meeting with Kent Woods seemed to go well. A meeting with David Healy was promised. 7 months went by and no such meeting had been arranged. It has now. David Healy is due to talk with the MHRA in late June. A new protocol for tapering will be put on the table.

The MHRA acknowledge there is an SSRi problem. These series of discussions with advocates will help them understand exactly how bigger problem they really have.

This IS NOT about Seroxat and to be honest I'm sick to the back teeth of stating this. This is about ALL SSRi's.

To this end I have given Simon names of advocates whom I think have something useful to say. This is their chance to sit down at the table and air their views.

Simon has agreed to meet with these individuals and also added BBC TV's, Shelley Jofre, to the list.

I put forward the following to Simon.

Charles Medawar [Social Audit]
Janice Simmons [Seroxat User Group]
Stuart Jones [Patient Advocate]
Stephany Gatchell [Patient Advocate]
Janne Larsson [Investigative Writer]
Matthew Holford [ It's Quite An Experience Blog]

Last, but not least, I put forward the name of someone who has in the past, and still today, accuses me of having only one issue as my concern [Seroxat] I am referring to Mardi Bennett who uses the nickname Tuesday1st, I wrote about her last week HERE. She bangs the drum on forums and recently created a blog. She is also a good friend of my cyber stalker, Jeremy Bryce. I would have put forward his name but he seems too busy impersonating other people, including me and if he is happy doing that rather than working toward a solution then I shall leave him to it.

I have emailed all those on the list. Simon is prepared to meet with them all, he is just waiting for them to respond either to me or him personally.

So, there you have it.

Banging the drum is making a difference folks. By their own admission, the MHRA are well aware of the power of blogging and now see the importance of involving patients and advocates.

We can sit back and criticize from the comfort of our homes or we can tell them face to face where we think they are going wrong.

Opportunity knocks.

I hope all those names I put forward today, grasp this opportunity.

Things are changing folks, at least they are this side of the pond

I'll be meeting with Simon three to four times a year from this point in.

It's a huge leap from 3 years ago when I started writing. It shows that collectively we can all make changes and get our voices heard and personally, I see it as two fingers up to Pharma. They may be able to silence litigants with 'gagging orders' but they will never silence patients/advocates who have issues regarding the way their drugs seriously affect people who take them.

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Thursday, May 14, 2009

MEETING TOMORROW WITH MHRA

Tomorrow I'm meeting with the MHRA in Birmingham. An offer to meet was made by their communications department and several emails and phone calls later, a meeting between myself an the Communications Manager was secured.

This, it seems, is part of the recent initiative by the MHRA to talk to patients/advocates. I know I am one of perhaps many patients/advocates that the MHRA will want to meet with. They know I criticize and they also know I'm in this til the bitter end.

There are changes I would like to see within the department and I shall air those views tomorrow.

This meeting is not about Seroxat or SSRi's but I'm sure this issue will be raised.

I will let you know how the meeting goes at a later date.

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Dear Prime Minister... We Have A Problem

Source: SSRi Stories

Links to most, if not all the media coverage regarding these stories can be found on the excellent ssristories.com

Prozac WITHDRAWAL
2006-06-14
England
10 Year Old Becomes Violent

Antidepressant
2006-05-12
England
Man Attacks Girlfriend

Antidepressants
2006-08-31
England
Man Receives One Year in Prison for Waving Airgun at Teen-Ager's Head

Med for Depression
2006-05-12
England
County Official Takes Poison

Med For SAD
2006-01-25
England
SAD Sufferer Jumps to His Death

Wellbutrin [Zyban] WITHDRAWAL*
2003-02-24
England
18 Year Old Kills Himself: Coroner Rules Wellbutrin May Have Been a Factor

Med For Depression
2006-05-04
England
Woman Stabs Boyfriend

Antidepressants
2006-04-26
England
Forensic Lecturer Hangs Self After Break-up

Antidepressants
2006-04-21
England
Woman Lawyer Smuggles Drugs Into Prison

Antidepressants
2006-04-20
England
Dean of Prestigious School Steps in Front of Train

Med for Depression
2006-04-17
England
Mother Murders Autistic Son

Antidepressant
2006-04-05
England
Woman Throws Self in Front of Train

Paxil Withdrawal
2007-02-16
England
Drug Turns Woman's Life into Nightmare

Med for Depression
2006-04-06
England
Man Slashes Mother's and Sister's Throat

Antidepressants
2006-05-04
England
Mother Sets Self on Fire

Prozac
2006-03-29
England
Man Crashes Car and Stabs Three Men

Antidepressant Withdrawal
2006-04-19
England
Man Threatens to Jump in Front of Train

Antidepressants
2002-09-24
England
Woman Kills Two By Setting Their House On Fire

Prozac
2007-11-15
England
Woman Kills Boyfriend: Also Involved Alcohol

Antidepressant
2002-12-03
England
Man Breaks In to Furniture Store

Antidepressant
2002-12-17
England
Chief Executive Commits Suicide

Antidepressant
2006-06-21
England
Prison Governor Stabs Wife

Antidepressant
2003-02-28
England
Man Attacks Police with a Machete

Paxil
2003-03-12
England
Coroner Calls for Drug to be Withdrawn

Paxil
2006-03-17
England
18 Year Old Girl Dies; Mother Campaigns

Prozac
2003-03-15
England
Woman Stabs Herself to Death

Antidepressants
2006-09-28
England
Man Jailed for "Sleepwalk" Murder: Appeal Fails

Med for Depression
2003-05-23
England
Woman Commits Suicide by Driving into Path of Truck

Prozac
2003-06-02
England
Woman Librarian/Researcher Commits Suicide

Paxil
2003-06-12
England
Woman Performs Self-Mutilation While on Medication

Paxil
2003-06-18
England
Woman Attacks Acquaintance

Paxil
2006-08-26
England
Neighbor Runs Amok: Tries to Set Police on Fire

Effexor
2006-02-18
England
Gardener Hangs Self From Bannister

Antidepressants
2006-02-17
England
Man Hangs Self in Garden

Effexor
2006-05-03
England
40 Year Old Dies of Serotonin Syndrome

Prozac*
2000-06-30
England
*Woman Acquitted in Stabbing Incident

Paxil [Seroxat] WITHDRAWAL*
2003-08-10
England
*Man Cleared of Charges by Using Paxil Defense

Paxil
2003-10-04
England
Teacher Sets Herself on Fire

Antidepressant
2003-10-06
England
Eton Educated Man Kills his Grandmother & Aunt

Antidepressants
2003-11-25
England
Man Kills Wife, Son & Self

Antidepressants
2004-01-06
England
Man Threatens to Kill Neighbors

Med for Depression
2004-03-14
England
Man Kills Two: Sets Fire to the House

Prozac
2006-10-16
England
Friendship Ends Over Hostility Caused by Prozac

Prozac
2004-05-24
England
Man Given Prozac for Insomnia: Not for Depression

Antidepressants
2004-05-28
England
Father Pleads for Tighter Controls on Antidepressants after Son's Suicide

Antidepressant
2004-06-03
England
Man Kills Wife During Antidepressant-Induced Psychosis & Rage

Celexa
2004-06-26
England
Teacher Sets Himself on Fire

Effexor
2004-07-03
England
Inquest Reports Medicine May Have Exacerbated Illness

Antidepressant
2004-07-14
England
Woman 'World Clay Pigeon' Shooting Champion Kills Self

Antidepressant
2004-07-25
England
+Britain's Most Wanted Man

Antidepressant
2004-08-02
England
Woman Banishes 3 Knives at Police Officers

Med for Depression
2006-02-01
England
Father of Two Drowns Self

Med for Depression
2006-01-26
England
Man Cuts and Stabs Self

Antidepressants
2004-10-29
England
Man Hang Himself

Effexor
2004-11-03
England
Girl Dies after Taking One Effexor Tablet

Antidepressants
2006-01-25
England
Respected Farmer Shoots Self

Paxil* [Seroxat]
2006-01-25
England
*Diplomat Cleared of Drinking Charges: Drug Blamed

Antidepressants
2004-11-05
England
Couple Make Bizarre Suicide Pact

Paxil
2005-01-11
England
16 Year Old Girl Commits Murder: Kills Self in Prison

Antidepressant
2005-01-14
England
Man Stabs Best Friend: Does Not Remeber This

Prozac
2005-01-14
England
Courier Steals Items for Which He Has No Use

Prozac
2005-01-19
England
Woman Receives 5 Years in Prison for Robbery

Prozac
2005-01-25
England
Man Drives Freeway at 120 Miles per Hour, Etc.

Prozac*
2005-01-20
England
Postpartum Depression: Street Muggings of Young Children

Antidepressants
2006-07-21
England
15 Year Old Girl Dies from Overdose

Prozac*
1996-03-18
England
Man Kills Wife & Self

Antidepressants
2005-02-13
England
Father Alarmed at Son's Behavior on Antidepressants

Antidepressant
2005-03-02
England
21 Year Old Given Med for 'Irritable Bowel': Kills Self

Antidepressants
2006-07-26
England
Psychiatrist Gets Inheritance After Drugging Patient

Antidepressant
2005-12-20
England
Out of Character Reaction to Police

Antidepressant
2005-05-18
England
19 Year Old Gifted Student Kills Self

Antidepressants
2006-07-28
England
19 Year Old Chess Champion Falls From 8th Floor

Med for Depression
2006-07-27
England
Popular Solicitor Hangs Self

Med for Depression
2005-06-07
England
Man Murders his Wife

Antidepressants
2005-06-08
England
Woman Set Husband on Fire: Kills Self

Antidepressants
2005-06-13
England
80 Year Old Man Sets Himself on Fire

Antidepressants
2005-07-08
England
Woman Accuses 6 Year Old Girl of Crimes

Prozac
2005-07-14
England
Act 'Totally Out of Character' for Perpetrator

Med for Depression
2005-07-18
England
Woman Steals from Disabled Person

Antidepressant
2005-10-31
England
Man Becomes Violent with Police

Antidepressants
2005-08-08
England
Postpartum Depression: Baby Disfigured by Mother

Paxil
2005-08-25
England
Victory for 'Drug Battle' Man

Wellbutrin
2002-04-26
England
Woman Goes Insane on Med

Paxil
2005-10-18
England
Man Sentenced to Life After Brutal Murder

Antidepressants
2005-10-18
England
Woman Kills Cat in Washing Machine

Antidepressant
2006-08-07
England
Postpartum Depression: Mother Hurls Self and Two Children in Front of Train

Antidepressants
2006-08-16
England
Man Jumps from Hotel Balcony Holding Children

Med for Depression
2006-08-19
England
Man Sexually Assaults 4 Year old Girl

Antidepressants
2006-06-14
England
Woman Attacks Paramedic

Prozac
2006-05-16
England
Soldier Fires at Police in House Siege

Antidepressants
2006-09-13
England
Physician Commits Suicide

Antidepressants
2006-09-14
England
Postpartum Depression: Mother Kills Son: Feels Sudden Change When Given Medication

Med for Depression
2006-09-22
England
Man Flees Scene of Accident: Other Driver Injured

Antidepressant
2006-09-25
England
Man Pretends to be King Kong, Talks to Car

Antidepressants
2006-09-26
England
Man Discharged from Hospital Kills Self

Antidepressants
2006-10-04
England
Driver Goes Over 90 MPH: Three Dead: Sentence: 8 Years in Prison

Prozac
2006-10-11
England
Man Deliberately Drives Car into SubStation

Antidepressants
2006-10-13
England
Singer/Songwriter Commits Suicide

Effexor Withdrawal
2006-10-13
England
Man Murders Homelss Person

Prozac
2006-10-18
England
Woman Given Hormones to Change Her Into a Man

Prozac
1998-03-04
England
Man Attempts to Murder Wife & Granddaughter

Prozac
1998-02-19
England
Woman Shoots Boyfriend

Antidepressants
2006-10-27
England
Father Suffocates Young Daughter in Bizarre Death

Antidepressants
2006-10-27
England
17 Year Old Girl Hangs Self

Antidepressants
2006-10-27
England
Man Kills Wife & Self

Prozac
2006-11-02
England
Woman Kills Self after Three Weeks on Prozac

Prozac
1994-10-16
England
Man Sent to Prison for Threatening to Shoot Girlfriend & her Young Son

Prozac
1994-10-16
England
Man Becomes Hostile & Agitated on Med

Prozac
2006-11-16
England
Man Kills 4 Family Members

Antidepressants
2006-11-23
England
Man Hangs Himself: Open Verdict

Antidepressants
2006-11-29
England
Man Seriously Injures Two People

Antidepressants
2006-11-30
England
School Teacher Hangs Self

Antidepressants
2006-12-08
England
University Lecturer Kills Self

Effexor & Nortriptyline
2006-12-29
England
Inmate on Misdemeanor Charges Dies from Cardiac Arrhytmia

Antidepressants
2007-01-02
England
Young Woman Commits Suicide

Med For Depression
2007-01-03
England
Man Throws Woman Down the Stairs

Antidepressants
2006-12-14
England
Councillor Swears & Lunges at Opponents in Chambers

Med for Depression
2006-12-14
England
Social Worker Harasses Neighbor

Antidepressant
2007-01-09
England
Deception and Fraud by 22 Year Old Woman

Antidepressants
2007-01-10
England
Man Hangs Self After Leading Double Life

Antidepressants
2007-01-23
England
Man Becomes Violent: Later Dies from Beating

Med For Depression
2007-01-26
England
Teacher Hangs Herself

Med For Depression
2007-01-27
England
22 Year Old Woman Burns herself to Death

Antidepressants
2007-01-24
England
Woman Makes Lewd & Libidinous Overtures to 13 Year Old Boy

Antidepressant
2007-01-22
England
22 Year Kills Self

Antidepressants
2007-01-23
England
25 Year Old Attacks Man with Hammer

Antidepressants
2007-01-25
England
Woman Dies from Alcohol

Med for Depression
2007-01-26
England
Woman Lies and Self Harms

Antidepressants
2007-01-28
England
Man Jumps From Bridge

Celexa
2007-01-30
England
Woman Has Manic Reactions While Lowering Dosage

Antidepressants
2007-02-13
England
Woman Clerk Steals Fines

Antidepressants
2007-03-19
England
Mother of Two Commits Suicide

Antidepressants
2007-03-22
England
Woman, 61 Years Old, Kills Self

Med For Depression
2007-03-28
England
Man Robs Store: Remembers Nothing: Alcohol Also Involved

Bipolar Meds
2007-03-29
England
Singer's Wife Blames Meds for her Attack on Husband

Antidepressants
2007-04-04
England
75 Year Old Man Kills Wife with Mallet

Antidepressants
2007-04-13
England
Man's Suicide Leads to Internet Curb Call

Antidepressants
2007-04-13
England
Man Wrecks his Neighbor's Car & Property

Antidepressants
2007-04-18
England
Man Attempts to Kill Wife: She Survives: He Kills Self

Antidepressants
2007-04-23
England
British TV Celebrity Attempts Suicide

Med For Depression
2007-04-20
England
Woman, 86 Years Old, Steps in Front of Speeding Train

Med For Depression
2007-04-20
England
Bank Manager Steals Fifty Thousand Pounds

Antidepressant
2007-04-25
England
Discharged RAF Woman Commits Suicide

Prozac
2007-04-26
England
Before Starting Fire, Man Takes 32 Prozac Tablets

Antidepressant
2007-05-02
England
Coroner Warns In Woman's Death

Med For Depression
2007-05-03
England
Artist Attacks his Mother: Jailed For Two Years

Antidepressant
2007-05-03
England
15 Year Old Assaults Police: Also Involved Alcohol

Effexor
2007-05-03
England
Man Mixes Effexor with Methadone & Alcohol

Wellbutrin [Zyban]
2007-05-15
England
Man Has Melt Down on Wellbutrin

Med For Depression
2007-05-15
England
Woman Jumps in Front of Moving Train

Med For Depression
2007-05-22
England
Woman Pharmacist Attacks a Woman

Antidepressants
2007-05-30
England
Man Kicks a Hole in Post Office Door

Med For Depression
2007-05-30
England
Woman Swindles Church out of 145,000 Pounds

Prozac
2007-06-06
England
Woman's Life Ruined by Prozac

Celexa
2007-06-05
England
81 Year Old Man Kills Self on Celexa

Antidepressant
2007-06-04
England
Son Attacks Father: Was Taking "Too Much" Antidepressant Medication

Effexor
2007-06-08
England
Singer to Do Community Service: Also Involved Sleeping Pill & GHB

Antidepressants
2007-05-17
England
25 Year Olds Suicide Sparks Mental Health Drive

Prozac
2007-05-17
England
Prozac & Antipsychotic: Unexplained Death: Coroner's Alert

Antidepressants
2007-06-08
England
Young Woman Kills Self: Grieving Mom Calls For More Funding

Antidepressants
2007-06-12
England
Former Police Officer Dies of Overdose of Antidepressants

Paxil Withdrawal
2007-06-17
England
Woman Afraid to Go Outside during Paxil Withdrawal: Lawsuit

Med For Depression
2007-06-28
England
Man Burns his Hair: Changes to Different Med

Antidepressants
2007-06-28
England
Comedian Kills Self

Med For Depression
2007-07-05
England
Dog "Show Man" Neglects his Pets

Paxil
2007-07-06
England
Young Woman Kills Self

Antidepressant
2007-07-10
England
Woman, a Bride, Attacks Groom at Wedding Reception

SSRIs*
2007-07-01
England
Expert Testifies To Suicidal Thoughts & Aggression on SSRIs

Antidepressants
2007-07-20
England
Coed Commits Suicide

Antidepressants
2007-07-26
England
Woman Steals Car: Crashes It: Also Involves Alcohol

Med For Depression
2007-08-02
England
Death of Woman Is Impetus for Govt. of Suffolk to Fund Talk Therapy

Med For Depression
2007-08-03
England
Woman Safely Found After Deliberate Disappearance

Med For Depression
2007-08-11
England
37 Year Old Dies of Multiple Organ Failure: Also Involved Antipsychotic

Antidepressants
2007-08-19
England
Man Knifes 14 Year Old Boy

Antidepressants
2007-09-04
England
Teacher Harasses Former Partner

Antidepressants
2007-09-07
England
Son Arrested for Wrecking Parent's House

Prozac Withdrawal
2007-09-08
England
Woman Thinks Suicide Attempt Came From Quitting Prozac Too Abruptly

Antidepressants
2007-09-13
England
Man Threatens to Kill Neighbors: Smashed Their Windows, etc: Alcohol Also Involved

Antidepressants
2007-09-13
England
Woman, 42, Commits Suicide

Med For Depression
2007-09-13
England
Driver Escapes After Flipping His Car on Its Roof: Also Involved Alcohol

Paxil
2001-11-15
England
19 Year Old Commits Suicide: Parents on Panorama Show: BBC

Wellbutrin
2002-04-26
England
Woman Becomes Like Someone from "The Exorcist"

Paxil
2004-11-07
England
18 Year Old Begins Self-Mutilation on Paxil: Kills Self

Antidepressant
2007-09-20
England
Woman Assaults Police Officer

Med For Depression
2007-09-20
England
Woman Has Wreck: Blood Alcohol Level Increased Due to Med

Antidepressant Withdrawal
2007-09-23
England
Mother Dies of Neurological Disorder Probably Caused by Having Antidepressant Stopped

Bipolar Meds
2007-10-01
England
Daughter of Lord & Lady Dunboyne Commits Suicide

Zoloft
2007-10-02
England
Talented Musician Dies from Zoloft & Alcohol

Med For Depression
2007-10-05
England
Man Develops Kleptomania on Med: Steals from Store

Antidepressants
2007-10-17
England
Man Stalks & Murders Woman

Antidepressants
2007-10-19
England
Woman Admits to Assault: Also Involved Alcohol

SSRIs & Others
2007-10-21
England
Prescription Drug Deaths More Than Double in 10 Years: Includes SSRIs

Antidepressant
2007-10-20
England
Machete Maniac Jailed: Also Involved Alcohol

Med For Depression
2007-10-23
England
Coroner Rules That Man Killed Self

Antidepressants
2007-10-26
England
Woman Has "False Memory" of Abuse by Father

Med For Depression
2007-10-30
England
Man Plants Bomb in Girlfirend's House: Also Involved Alcohol

Antidepressants
2007-10-30
England
Man, 66, Kills Himself

Effexor
2007-10-30
England
Movie Star Blames Effexor for Bizarre Behavior

Antidepressants
2007-10-30
England
Woman Jumps From Cliff

Med For Depression
2007-10-31
England
Man Robs Two Other Men & Pulls Knife: Also Involved Alcohol: No Memory of This Crime

Antidepressants
2007-11-01
England
Man Leaps From Tower

Med For Depression
2007-11-13
England
Woman Creates Bomb Hoax Situation

Med For Depression
2007-11-16
England
Man Murders Woman: Trial Continues

Antidepressants
2007-11-24
England
Man Drives Into Doors of Bank: Days Later Kills Woman: The Murder Also Involved Alcohol

Antidepressants
2007-11-24
England
Woman Worried About Physical Health But Had No Disease

Prozac
2007-11-28
England
Woman Kills Self 3 Weeks After Starting Prozac

Antidepressants
2007-11-29
England
18 Year Old on Double Dose of Antidepressants Kills Self

Antidepressants
2007-11-29
England
Man Chops Off His Finger After Shoplifting: Also Involved Alcohol

Antidepresants
2007-12-03
England
Man Brutalizes Taxi Driver: Also Involved Alcohol

Antidepressants
2007-12-06
England
Young Man Hangs Self: Had Not Been Suicidal Before Taking Med

Antidepressants
2007-12-10
England
Man Hangs Himself

Med For Depression
2007-12-11
England
Head School Teacher Kills Self

Antidepressants
2007-12-19
England
New Mother Felt "Cold & Emotionless" on Antidepressants

Med For Depression
2007-12-21
England
Man Jailed for "Racial" Abuse: Also Involved Alcohol

Antidepressant
2007-12-26
England
Man Assaults 17 Year Old Girl: Also Involved Alcohol

Prozac
2000-02-09
England
Chief Constable to Retire Because of Bizarre Behavior

Antidepressants
2008-01-05
England
Woman Has Stand Off With Police: Also Involved Alcohol

Prozac
2008-01-10
England
Woman Deliberately Jumps On Freeway

Antidepressants
2008-01-11
England
TV Personality Causes Thousands of Dollars Worth of Damage to Cars

Paxil
2008-01-20
England
Man Kills Wife: Sues Pharmaceutical Company from Prison

Prozac & Alcohol
2008-01-24
England
Coroner Rules a Poisoning From Prozac Combined With Alcohol

Antidepressants
2008-01-24
England
Grandmother Commits Suicide

Antidepressants
2008-01-24
England
Man Attacks his Wife & her Father

Antidepressants
2008-01-24
England
Businessman Commits Suicide

Paxil*
2008-01-24
England
Man Tries to Set 4 Policemen on Fire: Also Involved Alcohol

Antidepressant
2008-01-29
England
Elderly Man Kills Self

Antidepressants
2008-01-30
England
Man Who Was a 'Happy Grandfather' Takes His Own Life

Paxil
2008-01-30
England
Man Sues Drug Company for Injuries While on Paxil: Joins Hundreds in Lawsuit

Prozac
1999-06-19
England
Leader of British "Loony Party" Commits Suicide

Antidepressant WITHDRAWAL
2008-01-31
England
+Man Attacks Woman with Machete: Given Reduced Sentence Because of Withdrawal

Antidepressants
2008-02-05
England
Three CEOs Become Either Violent or Exhibit Bizarre Behavior on Antidepressants

Prozac
2008-02-07
England
Young Woman Kills Herself

Prozac
2008-02-13
England
Woman Taken To Court For Abusing Taxi Driver

Med For Depression
2008-02-14
England
Man Assaults Club Doorwoman

Paxil
2004-10-03
England
++Panorama TV Investigates Paxil's Effects of Aggression, Suicide & Withdrawal Syndrome

Paxil
2008-02-21
England
69 Year Old Man Assaults his Physician

Prozac
2008-02-26
England
Woman Commits Suicide in Receiving Area of Psychiatric Hospital

SSRIs
2008-02-27
England
Woman Has Side Effects from Five Different Antidepressants

Med For Depression
2006-08-16
England
Flamboyant TV Personality Commits Suicide

Antidepressants
2008-03-13
England
Man Attacks Psychiatrist: Also Involved Alcohol

Antidepressants
2008-03-13
England
Farmer Commits Suicide with his Shotgun

Celexa
2008-03-14
England
Coroner To Contact Comittee on Safety of Medicines over Suicides on SSRIs

Med For Depression
2008-03-14
England
Man Sends Police a Letter Saying He was Going to Kill Self

Med For Depression
2008-03-14
England
Depression Let to "Nasty Assault": Also Involved Alcohol

Antidepressants
2008-03-12
England
Man Threatens Neighbors & Police with Knife: Jailed: Also Involved Alcohol

Paxil
2008-03-18
England
Man Arrested For "Religiously Aggravated Behavior"

Antidepressants
2008-03-19
England
Teacher Has Affair with Student

Antidepressants
2008-04-01
England
Mother Murders 5 Year Old Son: Attempts to Kill Herself

Antidepressants
2008-04-04
England
17 Year Old Hangs Himself

Antidepressant
2008-04-08
England
Woman's Personality Changed After Starting Med: Killed Self

Antidepressant
2008-04-08
England
Woman Hangs Self With Shoelaces While in Prison

Antidepressants
2008-04-13
England
Teen Age Girl Self-Mutilates & Attempts Suicide on Antidepressants: Also Involved Accutane

Med For Depression
2008-04-18
England
Man Sets his Meds For Depression on Fire Because They Were Not Working: Causes Fire in House

Paxil
2008-04-30
England
Man Attacks Police With Ax: Also Involved Alcohol

Antidepressans
2008-04-30
England
21 Year Old Woman Hangs Self

Antidepressants
2008-05-02
England
22 Year Old Woman Hangs Self

Med For Depression
2008-05-06
England
Man Exhibits Bizarre & Dangerous Behavior on Med For Depression

Effexor
2008-05-07
England
Man Dies at Age 34: Coroner Blames Drugs: Also Involved the antipsychotic Clozapine

Antidepressants
2008-05-08
England
Physician on Antidepressants Is Ruled Incompetent

Antidepressant
2008-05-09
England
Woman Poisons Husband: Is Jailed

Antidepressants
2008-05-11
England
Wealthy Barrister Shoots At Neighbor & Police: Is Killed by Police

Med For Depression
2008-05-13
England
Man Gets One Year in Jail for Beating Friend with Pool Cue

Antidepressant
2008-05-14
England
The Cult of "emo" Has Many Members on Antidepressants

Antidepressants
2008-05-15
England
Man Dies From Overdose of Antidepressants: Either Suicidal Or Confused

Antidepressant
2008-05-16
England
Man Assaults Woman At Train Station

Antidepressants
2008-05-19
England
Police Called To Restrain Man at Hospital

Med For Depression
2008-05-20
England
Interaction Between Med For Depression & Alcohol: Man Given Community Service

Antidepressants
2008-05-22
England
Man Swallows Over 200 Tablets

Med For Depression
2008-05-29
England
Woman Jumps From Cliff: Her 8 Year Old Daughter Witnesses This

Paxil
2008-06-02
England
Woman's Life Was Runied by Paxil & her Marriage Destroyed: Lawsuit

Med For Depression
2008-06-02
England
27 Year Old Dies Suddenly: Paxil & Alcohol Involved: No Other Drugs

Antidepressant
2008-06-04
England
Man's Personality Changed on Medication Before He Committed Suicide

Med For Depression
2008-06-05
England
Man Kills Self: Coroner Knew This Man & Was Shocked & Surprised

Antidepressants
2008-06-06
England
Father Who was Known as a

Celexa
2008-06-11
England
Woman M.D. Kills Self: Also Involved a Tricyclic Antidepressant

Med for Depression
2008-06-12
England
Depressed Man Waved Knife At Shoppers [& Other Criminal Acts]

Antidepressants
2008-06-15
England
Man Arrested in Assault on Girlfriend

Antidepressants
2008-06-15
England
Man's Alcohol Use Clashed with Antidepressants, Causing "A Psychotic Reaction"

Med For Depression
2008-06-19
England
Man Goes to Trial for Dangerous Driving

Med For Depression
2008-06-24
England
Man's Use of Depression Meds Causes Fatal Heart & Breathing Problems

Antidepressant
2008-06-25
England
Man On Antidepressants Hangs Self

Med For Depression
2008-06-29
England
Man Makes False Claims of Molestation

Antidepressants
2008-06-30
England
Prince Charles' Wife, Camilla: Her Bodyguard Commits Suicide

Med For Depression
2008-07-02
England
Man Becomes a Jekyll & Hyde When Combing Depression Med With Alcohol

Antidepressants
2008-07-10
England
Man Jumps In Front of Truck

Med For Depression
2008-07-12
England
Man Dies, Possibly From Heat Stroke, While on Med For Depression

Meds For Depression
2008-07-12
England
Woman Files Lawsuit for Adverse Reactions to Nine Powerful Meds for Depression

Med For Depression
2008-07-18
England
Man Attempts to Kill Another Man

Med For Depression
2008-07-18
England
34 Year Old Woman Dies After Mixing Nytol, an antihistamine, with Depression Med

Med For Depression
2008-07-18
England
Nurse Kills Self with Deliberate Injection of Insulin

Antidepressant
2008-07-19
England
Woman Drowns Self

Med For Depression
2008-07-19
England
26 Year Old Woman Math Teacher Jumps to Her Death

Antidepressant
2008-07-23
England
Woman On Trial for Wasting Police Time

Antidepressants
2008-07-26
England
Ex-Vicar & Religious Ed Teacher Assaults a Father & Son

Med For Depression
2008-07-30
England
Pensioner Hangs Self: Friend Thought Med Made him Worse

Med For Depression
2008-07-30
England
Woman Kills Husband: Attempts to Kill Self

Med For Depression
2008-08-01
England
Man Sets Fire to Himself in Front of Police Station

Antidepressants
2008-08-01
England
Mother Kills her Five Old Year Son and Herself

Med For Depression
2008-08-02
England
Man Hijacks Taxi at Knifepoint: Drives Off Cliff

Med For Depression
2008-08-04
England
Man Sets Fire to His House While He is Inside

Antidepressants
2008-08-07
England
Businessman Decapitates Himself

Antidepressants
2008-08-12
England
Former Police Officer Attacks his Ex

Antidepressants
2008-08-15
England
19 Year Old Commits Suicide

Antidepressant
2008-08-18
England
Man Attacks Another Man in Nightclub

Antidepressant
2008-08-20
England
21 Year Old Woman Commits Suicide

Antidepressant
2008-08-20
England
21 Year Old University Student Kills Self

Med For Depression
2008-08-20
England
Man Given Med for Stress: Becomes Agitated: Kills Self

Med For Depression
2008-08-27
England
Mother Leaves Child Alone So the Mother Can Go Partying

Med For Depression
2008-08-30
England
28 Year Old Sets Himself on Fire

Antidepressant Withdrawal
2008-09-04
England
Man Tortures his Dog to Death

Effexor
2005-05-28
England
++Between 1993 & 2002, 118 People in England & Wales Died While on Effexor

Antidepressant
2008-09-12
England
Mother Murders her 4 Year Old Daughter

Antidepressants
2008-09-17
England
21 Year Old Woman Has Air Rage: Plane Forced to Land

Med For Depression Withdrawal
2008-09-18
England
Woman Murders her Husband

Antidepressants
2008-09-18
England
35 Year Old Man Kills Self: Actions Were Totally Out of Character

Antidepressants
2008-09-19
England
Man Kills Himself Falsely Believing He Had Asbesots Poisioning & Had Passed it To His Family

Antidepressants
2008-09-15
England
Man Found Dead from Three Different Antidepressants & Alcohol

Antidepressant
2008-09-21
England
Husband, Given Depression Med for Mild Depression, Kills his Wife

Med For Depression
2008-09-24
England
27 Year Old Man Sets Self on Fire

Antidepressants
2008-09-25
England
Retired Train Driver Kills Self

Med For Depresion
2008-09-25
England
Woman Sets Her Home On Fire: Laughs at Paramedic

Med For Depression
2008-10-01
England
Man on Med For Depression Refused Admission to Hospital: Kills Self

Med For Depression
2008-10-03
England
Man Threatens Boy With Imitation Gun

Antidepressants
2008-10-04
England
Father Murders his Two Year Old Son & Himself

Med For Depression
2008-10-06
England
Man Assaults his Neighbor

Antidepressant
2008-10-09
England
Woman's Antidepressant Causes Her to Hallucinate: Later She Dies From Hypothermia

Antidepressants
2008-10-14
England
Magistrate Removed From Bench Due to Improprieties

Antidepressants
2008-10-14
England
Football Player Banned From Games For 3 Years

Antidepressants
2008-10-14
England
Coed Hangs Herself

Antidepressants
2008-10-15
England
Man Kills Wife: Possible Withdrawal Case

Celexa*
2008-10-16
England
Coroner Blames Celexa For Man's Suicide

Antidepressant
2008-10-17
England
Police Chase Driver 200 Miles Off Course

Med For Depression
2008-10-21
England
Renault Formula 9 Designer Commits Suicide

Antidepressant
2008-10-21
England
Woman Kills Self: Dosage of Antidepressant Increased One Week Prior to Suicide

Antidepressants
2008-10-22
England
Human Resource Director For Children's Society Kills Self

Antidepressant
2008-10-22
England
18 Year Old Girl Injures her Boyfriend in an Assault

Med For Depression
2008-11-03
England
Woman, A Personal Banker, Hangs Self

Effexor
2008-11-03
England
Tree Surgeon Hangs Himself: High Level of Effexor: Also Involved Alcohol

Antidepressants
2008-11-11
England
Man Commits Suicide After Breakup with Girlfriend

Antidepressant
2008-11-10
England
Man Commits Suicide After Losing his Passport

Zoloft
2008-11-05
England
18 Year Old Girl Dies from Anorexia She Developed on Zoloft

Prozac
2008-10-23
England
Woman Shoots Self: Also Self-Mutilated Before Death

Antidepressant
2008-11-18
England
Man Murders Schoolgirl

Med For Depression
2008-11-20
England
Taxi Driver Assaults Man After Crashing Into His Car

Celexa [SSRI Antidepressant]
2008-11-21
England
Woman Mistakenly Believes She Has Cancer - A Side Effect of SSRIs-: Kills Herself

Med For Depression
2008-11-21
England
Man Arrested for Erratic Driving: His Antidepressants Made him Feel Weird & Strange

Med For Depression
2008-11-23
England
Man Falls In Front of Train: Believed to Be Deliberate

Antidepressants
2008-12-04
England
43 Year Old Kills Self: Act Was Totally Out of the Ordinary According to Family

Med For Depression
2008-12-04
England
Woman Kills Self: After Being Prescribed Med For Depression, Her Condition Worsened

Antidepressants
2008-12-08
England
Man Was Prescribed Antidepressants But Did Not Tell Staff He was Feeling Suicidal: Kills Self

Med For Depression
2008-12-10
England
Man Drowns Self: Toxicology Showed Antidepressants in His Body

Med For Depression Withdrawal
2008-12-12
England
Carpenter Imagines his Health & Financial Problems Are Worse Than They Are: Kills Self

Antidepressant
2008-12-12
England
Man Falls From Car Park: Possible Suicide

Antidepressants
2008-12-12
England
Man Suffering From Depression Tries to Kill Himself By Crashing His Car

Antidepressants
2008-12-16
England
Prison Reformer Takes Her Own Life

Med For Depression
2008-12-16
England
Woman Sets Fire to Her Own Home

Antidepressants
2008-12-17
England
Popular Chef Kills Himself: Possible Withdrawal Case

Prozac Antidepressant
2008-12-17
England
Woman Attacks Police Officer in Pub

Antidepressants
2008-12-17
England
Pensioner Jumps in Front of Train

Antidepressants
2008-12-17
England
Driver Threatens Two People in Another Car

Celexa
2008-12-19
England
Mother Kills Her Disabled Son & Herself

Antidepressants
2008-12-20
England
Man Attempts to Kill His Mother: Also Thought About Killing Colleagues

Med For Depression
2008-12-23
England
Thug Drags Girlfriend by Hair: Assaults Police Officer

Antidepressant
2008-12-22
England
Man is Banned From Driving

Med For Depression
2008-12-26
England
Possible Suicide of 28 Year Old Man

Antidepressants
2009-01-02
England
Man Kills Self After Claiming Antidepressants Turned Him Into a Cabbage

Antidepressants
2009-01-03
England
Woman Assaults 3 Officers at Airport

Med For Depression
2009-01-06
England
25 Year Old Jumps In Front of Train

Antidepressant
2009-01-07
England
Good Samaritan is Attacked By Man He Tries to Help

Med For Depression Withdrawal
2009-01-08
England
Man Murders Wife: Stabs her 86 Times

Antidepressants
2009-01-12
England
Man Attacks Policeman: Out of Character Behavior

Antidepressants
2009-01-12
England
Man Jailed For a Year for Attacking Two Joggers

Antidepressants
2009-01-13
England
76 Year Old Man Attempts to Kill Wife With a Hammer

Med For Depression
2009-01-17
England
Man Smashes His Apartment With a Hammer

Med For Depression
2009-01-16
England
Man Breaks Wife's Arm

Med For Depression
2009-01-21
England
Woman Shoplifts At Department Store

Prozac*
2009-01-28
England
15 Year Old Boy Murders Man: Trial Is In Progress

Antidepressants
2009-01-27
England
Managing Director of Local Authority Exhibits Strange Behavior On Antidepressants

Antidepressants
2009-01-27
England
27 Year Old Bites Off Man's Ear: Sentenced to 1 Year in Prison

Antidepressants
2009-01-28
England
Father Of Austistic Son Seeks Help For Himself: Given Antidepressants: Kills Self

Med For Depression
2009-01-29
England
24 Year Old Assaults Another Man : Possiblity of Prison Sentence

Med For Depression
2009-01-29
England
Father Of Three Children Kills Self

Med For Depression
2009-01-30
England
Man Steals Star Wars Construction Kit & Assaults Staff Member

Antidepressant
2009-01-30
England
Man Jumps From Window of Hospital

Med For Depression
2009-01-30
England
Woman Jumps In Front of Train

Antidepressants
2009-01-31
England
Cricket Play Has to Be Hospitalized During Withdrawal From Antidepressants

Antidepressants
2009-02-01
England
Former Drug Addict Takes Large Amount of Antidepressants: Robs Bank: Out of Character

Med For Depression
2009-02-05
England
Husband Stabs Wife Over 500 Times: Then Stabs Neighbor's Funiture: Also Stabs Himself

Med For Depression
2009-02-12
England
Woman Assaults Another Woman & Attacks a Policeman

Antidepressant
2009-02-15
England
Kevin Keegan's Nephew Kills Self With Overdose of Antidepressants

Antidepressants
2009-02-16
England
21 Year Old Students Kills Self Shortly After Starting a Med For Depression

Antidepressants
2009-02-16
England
Young Boy's Mania Worsens on Antidepressants

Med For Depression
2009-02-17
England
Millionaire Philanthropist Missing: Is Found in a Deteriorated State After Change of Depression Med

Prozac
2007-08-22
England
19 Year Old Kills Himself After Starting on Prozac

Med For Depression
2009-02-23
England
Mechanic, 37 Year Old, Kills Self While on Med For Depression

Med For Depression
2009-02-25
England
Man Decapitates Himself

Antidepressant
2009-02-25
England
Millionaire Banker Hangs Himself

Med For Depression
2009-02-25
England
Woman is Jailed For 8 Months For Making a False Claim to Police

Antidepressants
2009-02-26
England
Painter/Decorator Hangs Himself

Antidepressant
2009-02-28
England
College President Commits Suicide

Antidepressants
2009-03-01
England
Member of the Royal Air Force Says Antidepressants Were Ineffective for his Combat Problems

Med For Depression
2009-03-08
England
Man Drives his Car Unto Train Tracks

Med For Depression
2009-03-12
England
Man Kills Girlfriend & Himself

Med For Depression
2009-03-13
England
Woman Jumps From Cliff

Med For Depression
2009-03-14
England
Off-Duty Irish Policeman Received Racist Abuse & Attack from Man On Depression Med

Med For Depression
2009-03-19
England
Man Stalks his Girlfriend & Abuses Her

Prozac
2009-03-25
England
Four Years in Prison for Man Who Went Berserk: Alcohol Combined with Prozac

Med For Depression
2009-03-25
England
School Teacher Has Altercation with Police in Parking Lot of School: Happened in 2002

Med For Depression
2009-03-27
England
Man Uses Knife to Threaten Violence Against Girlfriend: Reported by Taxi Driver

Antidepressant
2009-03-27
England
Six Storey Jump by Man On Antidepressants

Antidepressants
2009-03-31
England
55 Year Old Man Kills Self

Antidepressants
2009-04-03
England
Millionaire in Financial Trouble Kills Wife & Daughter: Burns Down Mansion: Kills Self

Med For Depression
2009-04-03
England
Top Policeman In Court on Charges of Reckless & Bizarre Behavior

Med For Depression
2009-04-03
England
Woman Assaults Police Officer: Bites his Fingers

Med For Depression
2009-04-07
England
Mother Kills her Two Young Children

Antidepressants
2009-04-14
England
Passenger Jailed for Ruckus on Airplane

Prozac
2009-04-17
England
Talented Runner Kills Self: Family Believes the Prozac Killed Him

Antidepressant
2009-04-23
England
Ear of Friend is Bitten Off by Man On Med For Depression

Antidepressants
2009-04-24
England
Woman Set Her Parents House on Fire

Med For Depression
2009-04-28
England
Man Assaults Wife and Theatens to Fire Bomb their House

Antidepressant
2009-05-03
England
Woman Instigates Air Rage Attack 3 Hours into Flight

Med For Depression
2009-04-30
England
Man Steals from Friend & Threatens Assault

Med For Depression
2009-05-05
England
Woman Stabs her Boyfriend in the Chest: He Survives

Med For Depression
2009-05-06
England
23 Year Old Woman Commits Suicide

Med For Depression
2009-05-13
England
Woman Tries to Jump Out of Airplane at 32,000 Ft.: Said She Didn't Care About Hurting Passengers

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