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Saturday, January 03, 2009

SEROXAT SUFFERERS - 2008 REVIEW PT IIII

A review of stories from Seroxat Sufferers 2008

PART I
PART II
PART III

Oct 1st - Not Before Time - Paxil & Babies!
New York, NY (1888PressRelease) October 01, 2008 - DrugSettlement.com, LLC, http://drugsettlement.com/, reports that one of its member firms, Nix & McIntyre, LLP, http://oklahomainjurylaw.com/, has been ordered by Judge Claire V. Eagan of the United States District Court for the Norther District of Oklahoma, to commence the first federal Paxil Birth Defect trial on January 20, 2009.

Oct 4th - Fresh call on anti-depressants [New Zealand]
A coroner has reiterated strong recommendations about the treatment of depressed patients but they have found little traction with GPs.

Oct 8th - Did Glaxo/Lilly pay Nemeroff to discredit David Healy?
Why was Charles Nemeroff so concerned with David Healy's research back in 2001 regarding SSRi's? Was he told by GlaxoSmithKline and/or Eli Lilly to 'warn' Healy off? Judging by this transcript it appears that not only is Nemeroff a lying fraudulent scuzball - he's an intimidating bastard as well! - That's my opinion

Oct 9th - Nemeroff Comment
A comment was left by Doug Brmener MD regarding my post, Did Glaxo/Lilly pay Nemeroff to discredit David Healy? Doug works at Emory University. Here is his comment and my response that he has yet to publish on his blog.

Oct 19th - Sara Carlin's Parents Call For Inquest
When I started blogging over two years ago I never knew or expected I would meet so many people who [through Seroxat/Paxil]would become very close friends. I've read many heartbreaking stories of suicides and patients who have re-lived their own personal stories with me. One such person is Neil Carlin, the father of Sara who tragically ended her own life as a result of taking Seroxat. Of course there is denial and a complete lack of sympathy/empathy from GlaxoSmithKline, one wouldn't expect anything else. If they deny any wrong doing then they have nobody to apologise to do they?

Oct 22nd - GSK's Horlicks In Hot Water
It seems GSK's Horlicks has landed them in hot water regarding it's claims that it can make children "Taller, Stronger and Sharper", a recent Times article claims.

Oct 27th - MHRA to be in breach of EU law
The European Court of Justice last week judged the UK's MHRA to be in breach of EU law when it rejected Synthon's marketing application for its generic Varox (paroxetine), submitted through the mutual recognition procedure (MRP). This judgement, hailed as a victory for the generics industry, sets the limits for the way member states handle MRP applications and could even lead to new guidance.

Nov 3rd - SKYLAND TRAIL
One name keeps popping up. Board of Directors Charles B. Nemeroff, M.D., Ph.D.Professional Advisory Board, Charles Nemeroff, M.D., Ph.D.National Advisory Board Members Charles B. Nemeroff, M.D., Ph.D.

Nov 15th - South African Medical Research Council - Bad Info!
It seems the South African Medical Research Council have, in their infinite wisdom, gave out some 'safe' advice regarding the use of antidepressants to treat depression.

Nov 20th - Australia: Beyond Blue... Beyond Belief!
My interest in Beyond Blue became heightened when I read their 'Medications' page.

Nov 27th - MHRA Meeting - An Update
I recently contacted the MHRA for an update and have now received the following from their Communications Officer, John Watkins.

Dec 1st - SSHHHHHERVARIX
GSK fly in experts to persuade government to reverse decision.

Dec 10th - An open letter to Andrew Witty... Top Dog at GSK
Dear Mr. Witty, Welcome to GSK, it's been a while but I feel i must congratulate you on your appointment as the 'Top Dog' at GSK. You have quite a reputation to live up to with your predecessor, Jean Paul... [ahem] Pierre, Garnier.

Dec 12th - The effect of rate of antidepressant
This recent paper was sent to me by a reader and friend of Seroxat Sufferers. I think it clearly shows just how difficult SSri's are to taper from, in particular, Seroxat [paroxetine]

Dec 13th - Previously Unseen GSK Internal Files
The following files have been uploaded to Christopher Lane's website. This Paxil Fact File, containing confidential information, was drafted and distributed by SmithKline Beecham in 1998--for internal use only.

Dec 14th - Effectiveness of paroxetine in the treatment of acute major depression in adults
Among adults with moderate to severe major depression in the clinical trials we reviewed, paroxetine was not superior to placebo in terms of overall treatment effectiveness and acceptability.

Dec 19th - SKYLAND TRAIL & CHARLES NEMEROFF
Since my first post about this I have recieved comments from a former patient at Skyland Trail. It makes harrowing reading and begs the question; What on earth is going on at Skyland Trail, more importantly, why is this disgraced psychiatrist, Charles Nemeroff, part of [what sounds like] a living hell?

Dec 20th - Paroxetine Toxicity in a Newborn After In Utero Exposure
Abstract: There are several case reports and case series that have examined the acute effects of selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors(SSRIs) on the newborn.

Dec 25th - Best Christmas Present... Ever!
Inquest into the death of Sara Carlin announced



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