Regarding the situation between US and Finland, well yes, we don’t at least yet have as strick forced commitment laws compared US from what I’ve read. I realise it may change in future. However without those rules, they often find other medias or ways to almost enforce the drugs to the patients they deem need them. There’s can be psychological pressure, and if they think you’re not complying or “treatable” in public, then they can send you involuntarily to a mental hospital for evalution, and often you’ll end up with injections there. Maybe more often these days because of the new patents around. They’re making the injection choice more acceptable among the stakeholders, and with stakefolders I refer to a diverse group of people, not only psychiatrists. Many of those people don’t have any great affiliations with pharma, but the consensus opinion just shifts to prefer the patented drugs over time.