Suicide risks after lay counseling from

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Quackbuster Supremo

Jun 12, 2005, 11:44:44 PM6/12/05
Could psychiatric patients be placed at risk of suicide after being
pressured on the telephone to go off their prescription meds by someone
who works directly for the Truehope organization? Anyone who has been
advised by their associates who work or volunteer with in
Raymond, Alberta should contact us privately to tell us their story. We
have one confirmed report that a recent death appears to be directly
related to the being told to go off their psychiatric medications. We
believe that the employee or volunteer lives in the Raymond, Alberta
area and has no psychological training. The case is a real tragedy for
the family concerned and should send bombshells off at the FDA and
Health Canada who have been sitting on their hands for years. Does it
take a coroner's case to get someone to take action?

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Please reply privately if you can shed some light on this or any other
case where lay people associated with or any of their
affiliates have been involved.

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