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Risperdal and Johnson & Johnson - America's Most Admired Lawbreaker

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#1 Shep

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Posted 15 December 2016 - 04:27 AM

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Risperdal Legos - seen in many pediatrician offices around the country. 

 

This is a great historical account of Risperdal and how Johnson & Johnson broke laws to make and market this drug:

 

America's Most Admired Lawbreaker

 

Note: Click on the middle icon on the left of the screen and it will open the contents page. There are 14 chapters in total. There's also a timeline on the left where you can get Johnson & Johnson's historical data from 1886 to 2015. 

 

Recently in the news is the story of Johnson & Johnson being given an ethics award. 

 

"Should a drug company that’s agreed to pay billions in criminal and civil fines for illegally marketing its drugs to children and dementia patients be honored with an ethics prize?"

 

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#2 risperdalhater

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Posted 19 December 2016 - 01:07 AM

beyond ridiculous.


In March 2016 i suffered from a paranoia/schizophrenic episode which resulted in me taking risperidone/risperdal 3mg for about 3 weeks along with a couple 7mg long acting injections.  i had an intense withdrawal after stopping cold turkey and i have been off risperidone ever since then.

 

 






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