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Cass A
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Dear Friends,

Here's a video, with links to some others posted at YouTube, relating to psychiatry and psychiatric drugs.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nzdu3WQyIZg

Also, I've mentioned http://www.alternativementalhealth.com several times, so here's the link to that site.

For data about fraudulent human experiments and fraudulent reports about medical research, emphasizing psychotropic drugs but extending to many other areas of medicine, please visit http://www.ahrp.org (Association for Human Research Protection)

Very clear data on vaccines and their potentials for harm are at http://www.nvic.org (National Vaccine Information Center). The women who run this organization have been in the forefront of vaccine questioning and research into the vaccines themselves for about 30 years.

Best,

Cass A

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Cass,

Thank you so much for this information. We need to become more vigilent about our health and not just take everything the doctors hand out.

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PS: My husband has been on Paxil for years. Many times he wanted to get off it, but impossible.

He has found a doctor to help him and the doctor did it by simply increasing his clonipen dose until past the withdrawal period. My husband is finally free of Paxil after 15 yrs and is doing great.

Doctors are too quick to drug us without even trying to figure out what is wrong with us to begin with.

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Dear Luvs,

Wow! Thanks for the story about the handling for Paxil addiction. I hope your hubby is not still on the clonipen??

Glad he's doing great!!

Love,

Cass A

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Yes. He is still on clonipen but working his way off that one too. This is a great doctor who has made it a specialty to work with people like my husband who are dependent on this medications in order to function.

They don't make him high but stablize him and help him sleep. After he watched me fight and claw my way through my rheumatoid arthritis by working with doctors willing to identify and fight causes, he began to question what could be causing his problems.

I am hoping he gets the same good results. Amazingly, all the things I tested positive for, he does not. None of it. I swear the man will outlive me.

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