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Sunday, May 01, 2011

Paxil Study 329 - The Secrets of The Drug Trials

I'm quite astounded at the recent controversy surrounding the decision by a Canadian newspaper [The Coast] to pull an article it had published about a politician/psychiatrist/doctor from Halifax, Nova Scotia.

The Twitter website has an array of accounts suggesting that Stan Kutcher is being attacked by the Church of Scientology. Bah humbug! What those behind these Twitter accounts fail to comprehend is that they are drawing attention to Kutcher's involvement with the study. This is not about religion, it is about suppression of data in clinical trials, trials that should be protecting consumers.

This is not a witch hunt against Kutcher, he, like anyone else, has a right to object to newspaper articles that may be libelous. Given that right, he threatened to sue The Coast and they removed the article, issued an apology and made a donation in Kutcher’s name to the Mental Health Foundation of Nova Scotia.

To be honest, it may have been advisable that Kutcher ignored the article because more and more people are asking why the article was pulled. It has created an interest and the whole Paxil 329 study has resurfaced.

Back stories can be found here:

Stan Kutcher "Vote Paxil"

Newspaper Issues Apology to Canadian Politician Stan Kutcher

Why 'The Coast' Pulled the Stan Kutcher Article

The controversy is with regard to Kutcher's involvement with GlaxoSmithKline's infamous Paxil 329 study, a study that he stands by.

So what was the Paxil 329 study all about?


Watch and learn.





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