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Unbelievable. Urea? Sorry Adam.
My apologies. Autocorrect believes Dr. Urea to is irate. I’ve never met the man, but I think he probably has an even keel.
My wife and I have been sounding the alarm bells for almost 6 years now, since our newborn baby baby Matthew died February 21, 2009 from Effexor exposure.
Dr. Irate hits on some very important points, not the least of which is the misinformation being disseminated by the influence peddlers. People like Gideon Koren, whom the Toronto Star has done a splendid job of eviscerating as of late. Notably in these two articles:
Individuals such as Dr. Koren and locally here in BC, Dr. Shaila Misri, are the epitome of evil with more than a handful of lucrative financial pharma conflicts.
This is not new information. The Therapeutics Initiative at the University of British Columbia made it quite clear in 2009-10 that the benefits of medicating pregnant women do not outweigh the risks. Yet, prescriptions to pregnant and nursing women are still on the upswing.