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Lou's response-charletan? SLS

Posted by Lou Pilder on August 26, 2015, at 20:18:21

In reply to Re: Rule of no advocating without telling the risks, posted by SLS on August 26, 2015, at 16:25:40

> > Dr-Bob,
> >
> > what do you think about a rule for this forum to not advocate any drug without mentioning the potential drawbacks?
> Suggestions are not necessarily advocations. Among the former, I don't often see the latter.
> Who would be responsible for screening posts to determine any and all possible adverse events attendant to the treatment suggestions made by the people who post here?
> Q: Who would have that kind of expertise?
> A: No one.
> Even the best of clinicians would not claim such expertise.
> Check out the verbiage to be found at the top of the main pages of these forums as per Dr. Hsiung:
> "Don't necessarily believe everything you hear. Your mileage may vary. The only posts I take responsibility for are my own."
> The whole Internet is a sociological experiment.
> - Scott

It is written here that no one here has the expertise to screen posts to determine any and all possible adverse events attendant to the treatment suggestions made by the people here.
Mr. Hsiung states that the only posts that he takes responsibility for are his own. Yet he does say that he does take responsibility for his policies here. His policy is that what is not acted on by him is not against his rules and that being supportive takes precedence.
As to if Mr. Hisung has the expertise needed to act on posts advocating a drug here that could cause adverse consequences, or the advocating of combining drugs, a psychiatrist could have that expertise, for that could be in their training to be certified. And there are books available to him spelling out these adverse consequences and books and manuals and literature made for the psychiatrist. I do not think a rational person could think that Mr. Hsiung is a charlatan posing as a psychiatrist here and is dumb about these drugs that he calls "medicines".




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