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PETITIONS

Petition for a public enquiry into Kendall House, Gravesend, Kent by Teresa Cooper of www.no2abuse.com

Incapacity Benefit by Cecilia Weightman

Smoking in Mental Health Units Stubbing Out Our Rights Petition by Becky Derham

NHS Whistleblowers by Dr Amit Bhattacharyya

Save the Henderson by Christopher Allen

DLA Review by Jim Allison

stop the abuse of patients who are under the care of Psychiatrists/Psychotherapists by Sophia

for mental health direct payments by Paul Tovey

kill bill vol 2 -the draft mental health bill by Miranda Morland

zoneranger uk travelcard by Miranda Morland

freedom to participate by Miranda Morland

Stop schools taking childrens fingerprintswithout parental permission by David Flint-Johnson

race equality petition by Matilda MacAttram of Black Mental Health UK

Scrap Lord Carters Legal Aid Reforms by Cathie Halliday

Change the Statute of Limitations Act by Teresa Cooper

Stop victims of child abuse being abused again by the Law Of Limitation by Jim Browne

justice for the victims of state sexual abuse

smart justice for young people by smart justice

the Corston review petition

public awareness of mental illness by Natalie Grace Hunter aged 10

alter NHS mental health care by Terry Tuffs

care for children by Richard E Akehurst

murder in films by Malcolm Handoll

right to refuse drug or other medical treatments by Jean Cozens

exempt mental health wards from smoking ban by Sam Malone

diversity Yes - intolerance No by party of european socialists

kiss it! xx against psychiatric assault by Catherine Ingram

justice for victims of abuse by acal

tell truth-not lies by petitionthem.com

free simon hall by the justice 4 simon team

stand up for social care by community care magazine

stop teenscreen's in america by Theresa Rhoades

we deserve to know the truth about the safety of our prescription drugs by Nuria O'Mahony

a seat for every commuter during rush hour we all have the right to sit down

Copy and send this letter to Andrew Voneschenbach of the FDA

[email protected] and a bcc copy to [email protected]

"just one drop"

we can make a change by making these people responsible for the havoc they wreck on our lives

Mr Voneschenback,


We request that the FDA fulfill your obligation to the publics safety and interests and attach the "black box" warning on all ADHD drugs immediately.


Recently, the FDA held hearings on "ADHD" drugs due to numerous reports of hallucinations and psychosis attributed to them. And while the FDA panel did recommend new warning language for these drugs, the panel refused to issue " " warnings – the agency's most severe warning label.


There has been a lot of public outcry about millions of children being prescribed ADHD drugs with increasing reports of the drugs causing suicide, psychosis and hallucinations. A few months ago, a leading cardiologist recommended the FDA issue black box warnings due to reports of heart attack, stroke and sudden death from ADHD drugs. So this latest FDA panel --which included psychiatrists with ties to the pharmaceutical industry – had to take some action – so issued increased warning language about the drugs. But why not the black box? Because the FDA appears to be more interested in protecting psychiatric/pharmaceutical interests, than in the public's safety.


When black box warnings are issued, drug manufacturers have to disclose the risks in all advertising.


This is why many of the experts and medical doctors attending the FDA hearing on ADHD drugs called it a sham and said that the FDA yielded to the profit-driven psychiatric/pharmaceutical industry.


The Deputy Director of the Office of Drug Safety himself has stated, "…. products that carry box warnings also have to carry that in their advertising and quite frequently that makes it quite difficult to explicitly advertise that product in direct-to-consumer advertising."


The FDA's own mission statement says it is responsible for "protecting the public health and ensuring the safety, efficacy and security of human and veterinary drugs ." So again we ask you to display black box warnings on these drugs – and remind you that you are here to protect the public's safety and interests–- not psychiatric pharmaceutical interests.