A good friend recently sent me a copy of a paper published in Psychology Today and written by someone called Christopher Lane. Mr Lane begins his paper with this quote from a psychiatrist and four colleagues: ‘More than 92 million benzodiazepine prescriptions are yearly dispensed in the US yet little is known about the experiences of those taking them.’
These words infuriated me. How can these people not know the history of these drugs?
Here’s an extract from my recent book…
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Source: Dr Vernon Coleman - MB ChB DSc Read the original article here: https://vernoncoleman.org/