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Psychiatric drugs can CAUSE psychiatric diseases, Peter Gotzsche, MD
Tuesday, December 23, 2014 12:05 pm Email this article
“[Antidepressants and psychiatric drugs] can have an effect in some patients, in the short-term, but if you continue using them, they create psychiatric diseases which is a disaster,” says Prof. Peter Gøtzsche, MD, author of Deadly Medicines and Organised Crime: How Big Pharma Has Corrupted Healthcare.
“My conclusion is that doctors can’t handle this duality, that they [antidepressants and psychiatric drugs] can be useful in the short term but harmful in the long-term.
“They [doctors] cannot handle it.
“Many doctors go on [giving psychiatric drugs] for months or years, harming their patients in this way.
“It is terribly sad that the psychiatrists… cannot see how much harm they are causing.
“After having studied this in some detail, I conclude in my book that it would be better for mankind if none of these drugs existed.”
His book won won first prize in the “Basis of Medicine” category of the British Medical Association’s annual book awards for 2014.
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