The Power of the Pen. Thank you Robert W. and Mr. Kavanagh. ” When he was about 40 years old, he told a psychiatrist of a time in his life when he had fallen in love, describing it as a period of great happiness. The psychiatrist viewed this as evidence of mania and newly diagnosed Kavanagh as bipolar.” The twist, sadly. Quick questions pertaining to Mr. Kavanagh’s most recent filing at the Federal level, with the current state of affairs, as they affect so many under “mental health providers care, custody and control”… How many practicing actually administer and monitor these drugs in accordance to the recommended dosages? Is there ever a consideration for withdrawal timeframes of an individual by those practicing? Like an exit plan, is that mandated by States? I have found in one instance, the loading dose and half life of the prescribed drug, (mentioned in the article) was found to be in the patient at 4X’s the recommended dose, yet never recognized. This situation meant an actual 5 month withdrawal. As many remember as well, Jansen was the company during the timeframe of this investigative research- that was administering Invega to many nursing home elderly with deathly consequences until, a “civil” NOT criminal suit was brought. In many instances it seems this may be the view of “cost of doing business”, at the inhumane expense of- life. Mr. Kavanagh has shown to be fervent in his efforts to bring to light, the corruption within an unsustainable system. Thank you.