The anti-depressants scam
Part of the “If Ads Were Honest” Series
A big thanks to the producers
I studied neuroscience at Princeton with the man who mapped the dopamine pathways in the human brain. That was way back in the 1970s.
We learned then – and it’s still true today – that altering the brain chemistry of human beings with drugs is a very uncertain science.
But this hasn’t prevented the frauds in the pharmaceutical industry – and the “doctors” they pay off – from flooding the country with toxic chemicals that at best do nothing, but at worst create serious disabilities and death.