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SSRI’s Kill One Of 28 People Above 65 Years Of Age Treated For One Year, Peter Gotzsche, MD
Tuesday, November 10, 2015 6:30 am Email this article
“The facts are that SSRI’s kill one of 28 people above 65 years of age treated for one year; that half of the patients get sexual side effects; and that half of the patients have difficulty stopping antidepressants because they become dependent on them (see Chapter 3),” writes Prof. Peter C. Gotzsche, MD in Chapter 1 Introduction of his excellent book Deadly Psychiatry and Organised Denial.
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Other quotes from Prof. Gotzsche’s book
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Other Comments from Prof. Gotzsche
Other Comments from Prof. Gotzsche found here
Other comments by Prof. Gotzsche (which includes other quotes from this book) can be found here.
A Must-Read Book
This is a must-read book for anyone interested in psychiatric drugs
For anyone interested in psychiatric drugs, this is a must-read book.
Anyone who thinks that psychiatric drugs are safe and effective must read this book.
Anyone who thinks that you can believe the published research about these drugs must read this book.
Anyone who thinks that you can believe what the American Psychiatric Association says about these drugs must read this book.
Anyone who thinks that you can believe what the US National Institutes of Mental Health says about these drugs must read this book.
Anyone who thinks that you can believe what the FDA says about the safety of these drugs must read this book.
My Mother Suffered Tragically From These Drugs
Larry’s mother suffered tragically from psychiatric drugs
My mother (Larry Hobbs’s mother) suffered tragically from psychiatric drugs, so this topic is of great interest to me.
About the Peter C. Gøtzsche, MD
Professor Peter C. Gøtzsche graduated as a Master of Science in biology and chemistry in 1974 and as a physician in 1984. He is a specialist in internal medicine; worked in the drug industry 1975-83, and at hospitals in Copenhagen 1984-95. With about 80 others, he helped start The Cochrane Collaboration in 1993 with the founder, Sir Iain Chalmers, and established The Nordic Cochrane Centre the same year. He became professor of Clinical Research Design and Analysis in 2010 at the University of Copenhagen.
Gøtzsche has published more than 70 papers in “the big five” (BMJ, Lancet, JAMA, Annals of Internal Medicine and New England Journal of Medicine) and his scientific works have been cited over 15,000 times.
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Psychiatry Has Spiraled Out of Control, Peter Gotzsche, MD
1% of US children up to only four years of age are on psychotropic drugs, Peter Gotzsche, MD
It Should Be Forbidden To Make a Second Diagnosis While Someone Is On Drugs, Peter Gotzsche, MD
All Psychiatric Diagnoses and Interventions Can Cause Harm, Peter Gotzsche, MD
Screening for Depression is Harmful, Peter Gotzsche, MD
Many People Are Wrongly Diagnosed With Schizophrenia, Peter Gotzsche, MD
One-Fourth of Healthy People [Wrongly] Got A Psychiatric Diagnosis, Peter Gotzsche, MD
Risk of suicide caused by SSRI’s grossly underestimated, Peter Gotzsche, MD
Antidepressants don’t work for depression, Peter Gotzsche, MD
DSM-IV created three false epidemics: ADHD, autism and childhood bipolar disorder, Peter Gotzsche MD
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