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The Year of my Life that was Stolen (2015-05-19) — This post is by Katinka Blackford-Newman, who can be seen here running a half-marathon to raise money for RxISK but who also since the events described here has been involved in several criminal trials, believing that it is important that juries get to hear stories like hers when faced with the challenge of…

The Once and Future Abilify: Depot Injections for Everyone? (2015-05-11) — Johanna Ryan, RxISK.org, May 9, 2015 This column is partly a report on the marketing of Abilify, the atypical antipsychotic that has become America’s best-selling drug.   It’s also an appeal for advice and feedback from the RxISK and Mad in America communities, and a call for some…

Abilify, Tourette Syndrome and You (2015-05-04) — Editorial Note:  This post follows on from one of the most compelling RxISK stories ever - Abilify, Tourette Syndrome and Me , posted last week. It comes in two parts. The first by last week's author and the second by the series editor, Johanna Ryan. In our efforts to get our story told, raise awareness about…

Abilify, Tourette Syndrome and Me (2015-04-27) — Editorial Note:  This post is by DG.  Its number three in the Abilify series, following Dodging Abilify and Abilify: From the Inside Out .   I was diagnosed with Tourette Syndrome (TS) as a child.  It was always manageable.  I did well in school and was actively involved with music programs at church and…

Abilify from the Inside Out (2015-04-20) — Editorial Note:  This is part 2 of Johanna Ryan's series that started with Dodging Abilify .  Parts 3 and 4 and perhaps 5 will appear over the next few weeks.  Abilify is at present the best-selling drug in North America - how come? In last week’s column, Dodging Abilify, I described the fan-club enthusiasm for this…

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