Tuesday, 28 September 2010

Antipsychotics. Unfit for human consumption!

A study has indicated that atypical antipsychotics are 'unfit for human consumption'. This is perhaps no different to most conventional medical drugs, but they have been found to be killer drugs.

The study revealed that use of antipsychotic drugs posed an increased risk of blood clot:

    * Use of antipsychotics during the previous two years was associated with a 32% increased risk.

    * Use of antipsychotics over the previous three months was associated with a 56% increased risk.

    * Starting antipsychotic drugs within the past three months was associated with a twofold increased risk.

The combination of multiple, potentially lethal risks that these drugs pose, suggests that atypical antipsychotics are unsuitable for human consumption.

Yet, as the study says, "instead of withdrawing them from the market where they are harming ... those who ingest them, these toxic, defective drugs have become industry's most profitable blockbuster drugs".


So as they are a very profitable drug for Big Pharma, they will continue to be prescribed to humans, few if any of whom will know that they are dangerous. No difference there either, then.

And I suppose government, the NHS, GPs, and the mainstream media will now bother to mention it. Well, no change there, either.