Remembering Rob Robinson: The Original Seroxat (Paxil) Activist! …


Way back in 2003 to 2004 there was absolute outrage about the crimes of GSK and their Paxil (Seroxat) drug across the internet. One man- an ex-paxil user- called Rob Robinson- was more than a little pissed off at GSK for lying to him about the horrors of Paxil.  He had suffered terribly on the drug and like many others he was misled by GSK in regards to the risks involved with Paxil. He felt duped, fooled and betrayed- but most of all he was really pissed.

Rob decided that it was time to take direct action against GSK and he wanted the public to know just how devious GSK were in hiding the truth about Paxil from the public. Rob did what any good citizen should do when faced with such an important moral issue.

He took action in order to save others from the same fate as his own.

So he set up some web-sites, printed out leaflets, banners, posters, car stickers and even flew a plane around GSK head quarters in Philadelphia..

Effectively- he stood up to the evil  corporate Goliath.

Maybe it’s time that GSK faced a similar protest in the UK at their shiny Brentwood HQ? 

For more on Rob Robinson’s amazing work in drawing attention to the unscrupulous behavior of GSK and their horrible SSRI paroxetine (Paxil/Seroxat) ..

Read on- 

http://robrobinsonlives.wordpress.com/

Rob Robinson was a well known Paxil Activist in the US…

This blog was set up to highlight his knowledge and research regarding the Paxil Scandal …
On the Blog Roll Section you will find Links to research and Articles By Rob Robinson…

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