Just a few days after a Chicago jury decided that GSK’s Paroxetine was to blame for the suicide of a 57-year-old lawyer, an article in the Australian edition of the Daily Mail by journalist Belinda Cleary (left) revealed that Continue reading Australian Antidepressants Class Action
History was made in Chicago yesterday when, in a landmark court case, a jury decided that GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) failed to warn Stewart Dolin (top) of the risk of suicidal ideation which came with their SSRI antidepressant Paroxetine, marketed as Continue reading Chicago Hope
Propranolol was developed by AstraZeneca in the 1960s, but is now available as a generic drug. It is a type of medication known as a beta-blocker. Its main purpose is to manage high blood pressure and problems with cardiac Continue reading Why Propranolol?
Earlier this week, the Bristol Post reported the inquest of Miriam Macarron’Arroy (right) at Avon Coroner’s Court, beneath the headline: “Spanish woman who fell to her death in Avon Gorge feared she would be deported because of Brexit”. For Continue reading Blame it on Brexit