On the Seroxat Sufferers Blog, Robert Fiddaman posted about how legal threats from attorneys for GlaxoSmithKline forced him to take down a video from YouTube which contrasted statements by Dr Alastair Benbow about the Seroxat (Paxil, paroxetine, made by GlaxoSmithKline) controversy with other versions of reality from the news media and the MHRA report. (See our most recent post here about how the MHRA concluded that GSK suppressed clinical research data unfavorable to its product.)
Also, on the Scientific Misconduct Blog, Dr Aubrey Blumsohn perceptively comments on GSK's attack on Fiddaman here. And on the Clinical Psychology and Psychiatry Blog, the anonymous blogger sagely opines here.
ADDENDUM (4 April, 2007) - Again on the Scientific Misconduct Blog, Dr Blumsohn surveyed the considerable discussion in the blogsphere of these events.
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