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Who was Adam Lanza's Doctor?

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http://jonrappoport.wordpress.com/2012/12/15/here-come-the-grief-counselors-over-the-hill-pouring-into-newtown-connecticut/

This is phase two. It always happens at these mass murder events. The grief counselors. The social service workers. The psychologists.

They pour in. And they end up referring people to psychiatrists, who will in turn prescribe some of the very drugs that trigger murder and suicide.

The drugs that cause people to kill.

This is one way the psychiatric drug industry spreads its heinous influence.

If the school shooter was seeing a psychiatrist, we want to know who the doctor is, now. We want a list of all medications Lanza was taking, now.

We know these drugs’ effects. We know a number of psychiatric drugs cause brain storms that push people into committing suicide and homicide.

I just know this kid was on drugs with known side effects. Ban guns of you need but we also need to fix this issue.

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Your spot on. Guns are just the tip of the iceberg in this problem.

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And here it is. He was on fanapt.

Psychiatric side effects including restlessness, aggression, and delusion have been reported frequently. Hostility, decreased libido, paranoia, anorgasmia, confusional state, mania, catatonia, mood swings, panic attack, obsessive-compulsive disorder, bulimia nervosa, delirium, polydipsia psychogenic, impulse-control disorder, and major depression have been reported infrequently.

Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/adam-lanza-taking-antipsychotic-fanapt-2012-12#ixzz2FVTVNJdM

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There are not a lot of lobbiest that are stronger than the NRA, but the pharmaceutical ones have them beat.

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Holy poo... if those are the negative side effects, wtf is that drug good for?

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^profits

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psych drugs scare the poo outta me. Totally changes people

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But but if we have better access to health care and better mental care this won't happen.

What an insane drug and yes those psych drugs do more harm than good.

Let's get those guys at the gun regulation table.

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But but if we have better access to health care and better mental care this won't happen.

What an insane drug and yes those psych drugs do more harm than good.

Let's get those guys at the gun regulation table.

more harm than good by what metric?

i agree with you largely... But psychotics and schizophrenics need their f*cking meds.

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The pharmaceutical lobbies will do anything and everything in their power to prevent honest investigation on what their drugs really do, lest they be limited by good for society/bad for them regulations

The gun lobbies will do anything and everything in their power to prevent honest investigation on what their weapons really do, lest they be limited by good for society/bad for them regulations

Besides, at the end of the day it's about money for these guys. And these types of shootings are GREAT for business. Gun sales always spike after high profile shootings and doctors will be more apt to cover their asses by prescribing more meds.

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I agree del. Its like an old stock axiom. Buy on bad news and sell on good.

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What exactly is anyone proposing in this thread?

During drug trials every potential side effect must be reported even if it cannot be attributed to the drug itself. When testing drugs that treat schizophrenia or other mental disorders, there tend to be lots of reports of psychiatric side effects because everyone in the test has psychiatric problems. Almost every drug has the potential side effect of the problem it is attempting to fix because of this.

There are very serious and scary side effects to some drugs, and the risk to benefit ratio has to be discussed between doctors and patients. What is more scary to me than these medications/side effects are people with no medical (and possible scientific) background discussing how drugs should possibly be restricted to patients. How many people who are dismissing Fanapt have ever read one of the clinical trials that have been performed on it?

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