I remember being part of the drug trials for olanzapine for Lilly’s Zyprexa. In Phase III trials, they were looking at liver enzymes & other measures of interaction with my “mood stabiliser,” Depakote. For Phase III trials, I was inpatient for a week (while taking the drug for 8 weeks). They measured me constantly, 24/7. If anything went wrong, I was in a university hospital, and would be looked after. If anything went wrong prior to the inpatient trial, I was a phone call away from support. While I do not know the protocols of the study I was paid to participate in, and whether they hold up to Robert Whitaker’s (and other scholarly) scrutiny – I do know that I was supported through the trial. (turns out, I was on the placebo arm, thank the gods). However, in this global Phase III trial of the mRNA, I have no such support. I have no recourse if anything goes wrong, and in fact, if anything goes wrong, I will be gaslighted and called “misinformed” or “tinfoil hat” or “antivax.” Very similar if I went to a psychiatrist and complained of drug effects. “It’s just your ‘depression’ ‘bipolar’ whatever.” Gaslighting. Coming to a marketing plan near you.