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Published on Jul 6, 2007
Steven Wittenberg speaks on how ECT harmed his wife Sue an electroshock survivor.
Sue was given ECT against her will. Sue suffers from permanent memory loss and has difficulty learning new things. Sue was brain damaged by ECT.
Sue went to Carleton University in 1995 and had to quit after one semester because she could not remember what she was learning.
Dr. Peter R. Breggin, a psychiatrist from New York State wrote an article about ECT called "Disturbing News for Shock Doctors and Patients Alike" at the URL: www.huffingtonpost.com/dr-peter-breggin In this article Dr. Breggin discusses the proof that ECT always causes brain damage.
ECT is barbaric,unethical, torture, and inhumane and it should have been banned years ago. There have been countless studies and reports that prove that ECT causes brain damage.