This post was written by Shane Cooke's mother Mary. There have been developments since - see below. I used to really enjoy Tales of the Unexpected by Roald Dall when they were first broadcast on television. Each was a complete story with a twist in its tail – usually a most unexpected twist. They seem to be reappearing on some channel or other nowadays, but I’ve only caught … [Read more...] about Tales of an Unexpected Gallbladder
Prescription for Sorrow: Antidepressants, Suicide and Violence Patrick D. Hahn Samizdat Writer’s Co-operative, 2020 A book review by Mira de Vries, MeTZelf Has your doctor prescribed you an antidepressant? Are you planning to have the prescription filled? Read this book first. SSRIs, falsely called antidepressants, are poisons. They do not relieve depression but do … [Read more...] about Remember Those Condemned to Swallow
Yesterday we had a review of Malcharist by Gary Schwitzer. Today's review is by Leemon McHenry - see below. Malcharist, by Paul John Scott, is a fictional account of one of psychiatry’s most influential key opinion leaders (KOLs), his ghostwriter, and a journalist on the trail of a big scandal in the world of Big Pharma. The story didn’t happen in reality, but Scott has … [Read more...] about Malcharist: Fact or Fiction?
We introduced an innovation to the RxISK Prize Fund recently - an opportunity to pledge money rather than just hand it over. This has resulted in a major jump in the fund, thanks to two generous donors. It is worth visiting the Prize Page to see how these donations have changed the race to be the second most generous donor country - no-one can realistically catch San … [Read more...] about RxISK Prize Closing the Gap