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November 4, 2016 by Kermit Cole

Exploring Psychiatry’s “Black Hole”: The International Institute on Psychiatric Drug Withdrawal

Anyone who has found themselves in the universe of psychiatry knows that it contains some of the “black holes” of science.  There is little reliable science on how medications are supposed to ‘work,’ less on what a psychiatric illness is, and none on how to withdraw from the medication. For many, escape from diagnosis and medication is daunting if not impossible. Those who succeed do so for the most part on their own initiative, and therefore any information is anecdotal.

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