May 29, 2022 Robert Yoho, retired cosmetic surgeon
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Lockdowns and masks may contribute, but the toxic "selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors" (SSRIs) were proven to cause violence since the 1990s, when they were first studied.

The following was published in Butchered by “Healthcare,” my 2021 book. The chapter is titled, “PROZAC AND RELATIVES,” and it explores the relationship between SSRIs, suicide, and violent behavior. If you want a free ebook, comment below then email me, and to buy a hard copy, this is the Amazon LINK.

Wendy Dolin learned the hard way about antidepressants. Her husband Stewart threw himself in front of a train a week after he started taking generic Paxil. Mr. Dolin’s doctors gave him the drug for job-related anxiety, but it creates intolerable restlessness in three to five percent of people using it. He was last seen pacing back and forth on the train platform.

He killed himself despite what his family thought was a perfect life. His two grown children adored him, and he loved his career, travel, skiing, and his work. He was happily married to his high school sweetheart. When Ms. Dolin sued the drug company, testimony established that it had hidden Paxil-related suicides.

For two decades, while making billions of dollars, the manufacturer had been quietly settling thousands of similar cases. In 2017, Ms. Dolin won a three million dollar judgment. Her attorneys had spent a million dollars, but the company filed an appeal. It claimed that the original manufacturer was not responsible for subsequent generic versions of the medication.

The following story may be worse. David Carmichael took Paxil for two periods of several months each and felt suicidal each time. His doctor advised him that increasing his dose would decrease his stress. When he did, he went from suicidal to homicidal and killed his 11-year-old son. The circumstances indicted Paxil, and Mr. Carmichael believes it was the cause. Since blaming the drug was impractical for his legal defense, this was not brought forward at his trial. The court acquitted him of murder because he was believed to be temporarily psychotic, which means out of touch with reality.

See for the complete essay. See to learn about my books, Butchered by “Healthcare” and Hormone Secrets. My essay with links to COVID treatment and more is HERE

“LEGAL” DISCLAIMER: Use this information at your own risk. It is general commentary and not medical advice. Robert Yoho is retired and no longer practices medicine. Make your healthcare decisions with the help of a physician or other licensed provider. 

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