Category Archives: Child Drugging

White Paper; TeenScreen

TeenScreen is a so-called “diagnostic psychiatric service” survey done on children who are then referred to psychiatric treatment. The evidence suggests that the objective of the psychiatrists who designed TeenScreen is to place children so selected on psychotropic medication. “It’s … Continue reading

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Who Would Oppose Full Disclosure and Parental Consent

By: Mary Panton First published in the Tampa Tribune April 25, 2005 Dear Editor, I read with interest your recent article on legislation (HB 209 and SB 1766) to protect children and parents rights currently being considered by the Florida … Continue reading

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