“Personal Pain led Widow to Prescription Drug Safety Advocacy”


“In 2003, Kim’s husband, Tim (“Woody”) Witczak, sought help for insomnia. His doctor prescribed the antidepressant Zoloft. Five weeks later, Witczak’s father found Woody dead, hanging from the rafters of the couple’s garage in south Minneapolis. Soon after, the widowed Witczak launched a national drug safety campaign to assure stronger safety measures for psychiatric drugs, including black box suicide warnings to protect those at-risk for devastating side effects.”

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