|2005N-0354||Consumer-Directed Promotion of Regulated Medical Products; Part 15 Public Hearing|
|FDA Comment Number :||EC336|
|Submitter :||Mr. Nigel Unarie||Date & Time:||12/09/2005 11:12:12|
|Organization :||Mr. Nigel Unarie|
|Category :||Individual Consumer|
| Dear Sir / Madam:
THERE IS NO MEDICAL TEST IN EXISTENCE THAT SHOWS WHAT EXACT CHEMICAL IMBALANCE CAUSES DEPRESSION.
At best, to my opinion, the drugs just create a mild chemically induced euphoria that masks the underlying, medical or nutrional problem. The 'chemically induced euphoria' lasts a varying period of time and then the dosage is changed or the patient is then given another psychiatric drug or a combination of drugs.
If, in fact that your agency does have a verifiable scientific based medical test that indicates the exact chemical imbalance that is the underlying cause of depression, please at your earliest convenience forward it to my attention. My local legislators would be very interested in reviewing your data.
My mailing address is:
11 South Angell Street, # 362
Providence, RI 02906
1-401-301-5616 - Cell Telephone.
Please do not allow and please put an end to the fradulent advertising that misleads consumers into believing and hoping that psychiatric drugs are an 'exact' cure for a concoted disorder/mental health label.
Please review the devasting side effects of the drug companies products as related to mental disorders. The side effects are typically worse than the 'cure.'
I also have in my possession a copy of an FDA report that documents the fact that Prozac was adminstered 3,000 times to infants ( under 1 years old) who allegedly had Obessive Compulsive Disorder. How can that even be 'diagnosed' in a baby?
That report was dated from 1994.
I await your reply.