Skin in the game (chaoticpharmacology.com): temporarily suppressed, correction, clarification, or permanently retracted?

Keywords: whistleblowing, corruption, higher education, political abuse of psychiatry, international law, medical ethics Background: political abuse of psychiatry and unfair dismissal (December 2014); the current situation is the following: (1) forced labor stability declared by a court order (April 2016) against the University; (2) Failed attempt of reprisal: job dismissal, but the permission was not granted by the…

Drug Safety and Efficacy Data: War – pharmascoldish vs. pharmish.

a state of competition or hostility between different people or groups. a sustained campaign against an undesirable situation or activity. Origin: late Old English werre, from an Anglo-Norman French variant of Old French guerre, from a Germanic base shared by worse. — A prolonged warfare. http://www.wsj.com/articles/SB123914780537299005 — “War is peace. Freedom is slavery. Ignorance is strength.”…

Long term use of psychiatric drugs: more harm than good? Re: The delusion of debate and unretractability

Read the original response via The BMJ: http://www.bmj.com/content/350/bmj.h2435/rr-18  1. Two extraordinary claims: (i) “psychiatric drugs are the third leading cause of death;”; and (ii) “we would have a healthier and more long-lived population if we only used 2% of the drugs we currently use.” (1) 2. Ordinary evidence―at best― I. Head to Head article: 898…