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Friday, October 17, 2008


Seroxat Secrets is currently running with two stories about a website that is offering support to mental health patients. The website, Choice and medication, offers advice on Seroxat and other SSRi's that seems to be straight out of the book of Pharma:

1 How does Seroxat work?
...It is known that this serotonin is not as effective or active as normal in the brain when someone is feeling depressed...

2 Are SSRIs addictive?
...They are not addictive, but if you have taken them for eight weeks or more you may experience some mild “discontinuation” effects if you stop them suddenly...

3 Can I stop taking an SSRI suddenly?
...It is unwise to stop taking them suddenly, even if you feel better. Two things could happen. Firstly, your depression can return if treatment is stopped too early (see “How long will I need to keep taking them for?”). Secondly, you might also experience some mild “discontinuation” symptoms (see also above)...

Stephen Bazire claims to be the author of the website, he also has a number of books available on Amazon that seem to promote use of drugs used in the treatment of mental health.

Choice and medication seems to be nothing more than an agent for Pharma.

Read what Seroxat Secrets has to say about the matter here and here.

Read the definition of Astroturfing here

Hats off to Seroxat Secrets for exposing this scam


Read the new book, The Evidence, However, Is Clear...The Seroxat Scandal

By Bob Fiddaman

ISBN: 978-1-84991-120-7



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