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why can`t we gather and bring some researchers to help us ,why accept our suffering?

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InvisibleUnless

autopsies cant as much speak to daily experience.  they can document some of the drastic changes that occur while on meds or withdrawing, but aside from visibly altered physical form and organ functionality, its less possible to determine cycling sets of negative symptoms.  and for the brain, which is probably the epicentre of psychotropic havoc, finding meaningful changes that will make drug manufacturers undergo sanctions or prohibitions may be nigh impossible.

 

the information is already out there, both through personal testimony and in the scientific research.  it is being ignored, suppressed, and glossed over.  the real fight isnt to get people to listen, really---its to get the information to the people who will care enough, to at least help that far, because the people who benefit most from our suffering would require a much more catastrophic hit to change their ways.  unless it becomes less profitable to inure people to these substances, this will continue.

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btdt

I would suspect that autopsies of those most seriously harmed would show changes. 

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Muddles

Absolutley btdt. It's the only way, I feel, the true damage could really be seen.

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