GlaxoSmithKline whistleblower awarded $96m payout


This is how much GSK cares about the consumers of its products…

http://www.guardian.co.uk/business/2010/oct/27/glaxosmithkline-whistleblower-awarded-96m-payout (See Link Here For More)

Eckard’s lawyers, Getnick & Getnick, said she was made redundant against her will in May 2003 after repeatedly complaining to GSK’s management that some drugs made at Cidra were being produced in a non-sterile environment, that the factory’s water system was contaminated with micro-organisms, and that other medicines were being made in the wrong doses.

“Once the pill is swallowed, it’s gone and there may be no way of telling whether someone got sick because the product was bad

The Cidra factory had been GSK’s largest manufacturing operation but was closed last year. Drugs made at the plant include Bactroban ointment, a topical antibiotic used to treat skin infections in babies, Kytril, an anti-nausea drug used by cancer patients, anti-depressant treatment Paxil CR and Avandamet, a derivative of the diabetes drug Avandia.

GSK: Seroxat : A Crime Against Humanity… ?


Imagine marketing a drug for depression that can actually increase your depression and make you more suicidal…
What a ridiculous premise people would say.. Surely no human being would want to do that to his fellow man would he?..
It sounds really difficult to believe that human beings would actually willingly sell other more vulnerable human beings a substance that could kill them or make them sicker… It sounds really difficult to imagine that a group of human beings would deliberately target other human beings more vulnerable than them in order to sell them a poison disguised as a cure? …

Surely human beings don’t do that to each other do they?…

Unfortunately this is what GSK did with the promotion and marketing of the hideous SSRI drug Paxil (called Seroxat in Europe) .. This is how they advertised it…

Seroxat (Paxil) is a crime against humanity, I compel anyone to argue that fact to the contrary…

Addleshaw Goddard,GlaxoSmithKline, MHRA…

Please feel free to comment (that’s if your’e not too busy trampling all over the human rights of your fellow man of course)

All money made from bad deeds is bad money indeed…
We all get old, we all get sick at some stage, and we all face the dark night of the soul…
Remember that when you’re old and sick, remember how complicit you were in making others sick for money…
And remember the moment you sold your soul…

Slychiatry : The Dangers Of The ‘Unquestionable’


I came across a news article recently in the Irish media which disturbed me greatly. I think this is a perfect example of why a pseudo ‘ideology’ like psychiatry is so damn dangerous…

Most people who have been prescibed psychiatric drugs will at some stage come in contact with the psychiatric profession. And we would have to ask ourselves, just what do we entrust in them? And how easy is it for them to alter our records? …

Personally, I find it very disturbing how easy it is for doctors to alter patients medical records… Thankfully this psychiatrist was caught… but how many cases go unnoticed? or unproven?

Please read on:

Doctor who altered notes after patient committed suicide denies misconduct

FIONA GARTLAND

A DOCTOR who altered the notes of a man after he had committed suicide in the Mater hospital, Dublin, has been charged with seven counts of professional misconduct by the Irish Medical Council.

A fitness to practise hearing yesterday was told Dr Samuel McManus (31), now a GP, altered and added to the notes of Mr W, an Eritrean asylum seeker, who died in April 2008.

Mr W was admitted to the Mater hospital on the night of April 12th, after being pulled from the river Liffey. The 47-year-old had been in Ireland 12 days and was resident at Balseskin Reception Centre in Finglas. He was estranged from his wife and daughter. He had also been diagnosed with HIV. When he was admitted to the Mater, he told staff at A&E he “did not want to live in the world anymore”. Dr McManus, who was then a senior house officer as part of his GP training, saw Mr W on April 13th. Mr W told him “I have a voice in my heart, one good, one bad, telling me to hurt myself.”

After consulting by phone with psychiatric consultant Prof Patricia Casey, Dr McManus admitted Mr W to St Aloysius ward, in the hospital’s psychiatric unit, at 2pm. His belt was removed. The doctor told staff to observe him every half-hour.He was given anti-psychotic drugs, and at 3.30pm he went for a shower. He was checked at 3.40pm. When he was checked again at 3.50pm there was no response. He was found hanging from the shower frame by his shoelace. He died, in the presence of his wife, on April 28th.

JP McDowell, solicitor for the Irish Medical Council, said on April 14th it was discovered Dr McManus had altered his notes. In a different pen, he had crossed out the words “high” and “risk” in the phrase “high suicide risk” and added the word “attempt”. He also entered the word “denied” beside the phrase “suicide ideation”. Dr McManus also added retrospectively his patient plan for Mr W and changed the time of one of his notes.Counsel for Dr McManus, Simon Mills, said his client accepted he had made retrospective changes to his notes, but did not accept that amounted to misconduct. He also did not accept criticism of his treatment of Mr W.