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15 Mar
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Agranulocytosis Can Kill – Dangerous Side Effect of Psychiatric Drugs

What is agranulocytosis? “Agranulocytosis is a condition that results from failure of an individual’s bone marrow to produce a sufficient quantity of white blood cells, or increased destruction of the white blood cells. As a result, the white blood cell ...

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09 Mar
0

"Define Better" Video by Chill E.B.

Rap Singer-Chill EB has dedicated himself and his music to informing the public about the harms of psychiatric labeling and drugging.   Listen to his new song-“Define Better”:   “Define Better” by Chill E.B. UPDATE: Video is now marked private. ...

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08 Mar
0

One of the Greatest Mysteries regarding psychiatric harm and abuse

Next Tuesday March 15, 2011, CCHR Florida will be publishing informaiton that will unlock one of the greatest mysteries regarding psychiatric harm and abuse. For anyone who cares about this subject, stay-tuned, and be sure to look for our posting!   ...

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CCHR Florida Canelight Vigil 2011
08 Mar
0

Statewide Candlelight Vigil-In memory of Gabriel Myers and the Right to Informed Consent

This year’s Florida’s statewide candelight vigil in memory of Gabriel Myers and the right to Informed Consent information may be found below. Please join us in Clearwater!  

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Senior Airman Anthony Mena
08 Mar
1

Medicating the Military Backfires

Recent military deaths are not all the result of what one would expect – violent combat – but, in an increasing number of cases, from medications being prescribed to “help” soldiers.    The NY Times article of Feb 12, 2011, By ...

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07 Mar
1

Tegretol: Dangerous Treatment for Bipolar Disorder

Carbamazepine, marketed as Tegretol, is an anti-seizure medication sometimes used to treat Bi-polar Disorder. Tegretol side effects can be extremely dangerous and life-threatening.  When used to prevent epileptic seizures, this drug’s benefit was thought to outweigh the potential for permanent ...

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Senior Airman Anthony Mena
02 Mar
0

Medicating the Military Backfires

Recent military deaths are not all the result of what one would expect – violent combat – but, in an increasing number of cases, from medications being prescribed to “help” soldiers.   The NY Times article of Feb 12, 2011, By James ...

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