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Re: correction:add up the deaths-one death at a time

Posted by Tabitha on July 27, 2016, at 18:19:27

In reply to correction:add up the deaths-one death at a time, posted by Lou PIlder on July 27, 2016, at 10:15:20

> The tragedy here is that people like yourself and Scott and Larry Hoover are allowed to inflict defamation upon me over and over by Mr. Hsiung that could decrease the respect and regard and confidence in which am held and induce hostile and disagreeable opinions and feeling toward me. Scott even advocates that readers ignore what I post here.

Lou, what I have seen is that many people become frustrated as you repeatedly post alarming, threatening, and off-topic posts. When people try to engage with the factual content of your posts, you repeatedly provide poor quality references or simply ignore people's refutations to your dubious claims. Incivility results, which you often categorize as anti-semitism, creating more and more hostility and incivility. This is why people start to consider you to be trolling, and recommend ignoring your posts.

> What a shame for those that have been killed here and those that are following the shepherd of death.
> Let us look at this site that compiles individually the deaths. In this one, Zoloft is used to show each of hundreds of deaths that you can examine by themselves, one death at a time. Then you can put in other drugs and see the hundreds of deaths. These numbers are not speculations and the 40000 is conservative.
> Lou
> Friends,
To see the cite with the number of deaths:
A. Pull up Googgle
B. Type in:
[ druglib, number of zoloft deaths ]

This is an adverse events database. It includes reports of any adverse event that occurred while taking zoloft. Nobody has determined that zoloft caused the death. Do you really not understand this? If you have a heart attack while taking an antibiotic, you can report it to an adverse events database. That doesn't mean the antibiotic caused the heart attack. What if you ate an apple the day beforehand? Did the apple cause the heart attack?

Citing adverse event records without context is a common scare tactic I see used to persuide people that pharmaceuticals are bad.

Ironically, the presence of adverse event databases is a reason to trust pharmaceuticals more than substances and methods that don't maintain such reporting. The reported data may eventually point to problems caused by medications which can lead to black box warning and removing unsafe medications from use. Meanwhile nobody is maintaining adverse event databases, for, say, supplements or meditation or religion or exercise or any of the alternatives people try to use to manage diagnosed mental illness.




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