Sunday, October 02, 2011

You Will Sleep And Kill When We Order You To, Maggots

Pentagon Refuses to Stop Using Seroquel on Troops Despite Expert Warnings

The U.S military is refusing to stop prescribing Seroquel, a powerful antipsychotic, to treat insomnia in troops fighting overseas, even though a panel of experts has recommended it do so.

Medical officials in the Department of Defense have approved low doses (25 milligrams) of the drug to treat sleep disorders.

Seroquel has been linked to adverse effects, including heart failure."


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