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CCHR: By 1991 Antidepressants were known to cause violence & suicide





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Published on Dec 13, 2006

As far back as 1991 CCHR was exposing the fact that antidepressants can cause suicide and violence at the FDA hearings on Prozac. It would take 13 years for the FDA to finally admit this was true, and issued the agencies strongest warning the "black box" in 2004. At the time, 1991, "Prozac (fluoxetine) had the highest number of adverse event reports submitted to the FDA National Adverse Drug Reaction Reporting System database. The database dates back to 1969."
Alan Gelberg, Acting Chief, Surveillance and Data Processing Branch, Center for Drug Evaluation and Research (CDER).

September 20, 1991:
The Food and Drug Administration Psychopharmacologic Drugs Advisory Committee Hearing

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