This has been quite a year for disturbing revelations about the corruption of the medical literature by pharmaceutical company interests. I wrote previously about ghost writing by Merck and others, and how papers were produced by drug companies that said “insert author here” and then they went out and shopped around for an [...]
From the Women in Crime Ink blog, by Anne Bremner.
Catherine Zeta Jones was outed by the National Enquirer for having sought treatment for bipolar disorder. Her response was swift, sure, and inspiring: “There is no need to suffer silently and there is no shame in seeking help.” She acknowledged [...]
I’ve seen a lot of weird things flying through the internet lately about bipolar disorder so I thought I would try and address the issue. Bipolar disorder was formerly known as manic-depression, and is thought to affect as much as 3% of the US population. Recently there has been a lot of talk about “Bipolar [...]
Concluding the end of a several month investigation by the Seattle Times related to my sister attorney Anne Bremner pleading guilty to a DUI, the Seattle Times has continued in their failure to reveal a conflict of interest related to the fact that they were involved in a lawsuit with a committee co-chaired [...]
On June 3, 2010, my sister Anne Bremner, an attorney from Seattle, WA, who is a frequent commenter on legal matters on FOX, CNN, and other channels, was side swiped by a car, driven off the road, crashed, and hit her head and suffered a concussion. She was coming from a party where she’d had a [...]
Rebecca Riley is a 4-year-old from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts who was found dead at the foot of her parents bed, covered by only a blanket, in 2007. Rebecca had been “diagnosed” with ADHD and bipolar disorder since the age of 2 and treated with Seroquel (quetiapine), Depakote (valproic acid), and clonidine, none of which [...]
This has been quite a year for disturbing revelations about the corruption of the medical literature by pharmaceutical company interests. I wrote previously about ghost writing by Merck and others, and how papers were produced by drug companies that said “insert author here” and then they went out and shopped around for an author [...]
Kindle Books by Doug Bremner
- “Catania!” trailer
- Sophie’s Voice Speaks Out for Spina Bifida Prevention and Treatment
- Guest Post, Neil Shulman MD: Advocacy for Low Income, Predominantly Black Workers at Emory University
- Latest Blog Posts From the Huffington Post
- Rave Review for ‘Fastest Growing Religion on Earth’… (Not)
- How Genealogy Captured America
- Where Are All These Mormons Coming From?
- My Parents Are Obssessed With Dead People
- Hooray for Hollywood! Lights, Camera… Greed!
- He’s Back! The Mafia Hit Man that Looks like a Twelve Year Old
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