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Restoring Study 329

Restoring Study 329

Is Pfizer Being Just a Tad Hypocritical?

Or is it just the money?

I took this straight from Bobby Fiddiman’s Facebook page.  Bobby has been fighting the good fight against the pharmaceutical industry for many years.  Below his notes, I’ve added a link to a study he references.  This study shows how pharmaceutical companies hide the real results of their research.

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“A word to those who don't move in the same circles as I do.

If you want to analyse selected data for Pfizer’s trial, you will have to wait until May 2025 before you can request them. Even in 2025, Pfizer will not release the individual Case Report Forms (CRFs) from their clinical trials.  (Reference to Vaccine safety studies.)

The only time CRFs have been accessed by anyone outside of the drug industry was for a restoration study. The original study showed a popular antidepressant (Paxil) was safe and effective in children. However, after gaining access to the CRFs many years later, the restoration team found it was the complete opposite. Paxil was neither safe or effective in children, in fact it induced thoughts of self-harm and suicide and put children at risk when taking it. [see ‘Restoring Study 329’ below]

By 2025, Pfizer will have sold hundreds of millions of doses and earned billions of dollars.

You, I, the FDA, CDC, The WHO, will never be able to see the CRFs. All you will be able to access is studies in journals written, on the surface, by key opinion leaders known as experts in the field.

[This next is very important data to know when researching Big Pharma’s research.]

However, these key opinion leaders don't actually write these studies. They are drafted by PR firms hired by the drug companies. The key opinion leaders (without seeing the CRFs) just add their name to the articles, which are normally posted in medical journals. These articles are then picked up by mainstream media and touted as truth.

Drug companies claim they don't release the CRFs because of proprietary rights and patient confidentiality. Now, tell me if you think it's right that you, yourself, fill forms and have to include your medical information (whether or not you've been juiced)? Shouldn't that be confidential as well? Shouldn't you have the right not to carry papers or Apps with your medical information?

You can tout the pandemic as your excuse for compliance all you want - speak to Pfizer about it - ask them to release the CRFs - see what response they give you.

This is what you are all up against.

Don't believe me?

Research it - make me a liar.

Facebook will, no doubt add a COVID warning to this post when, in actual fact, they should be adding a Pfizer warning.

Lesson over.

~ Fid”

Restoring Study 329 - A Bit of History

The article on the other side of this link exposes how the pharmaceutical company Glaxo-SmithKline hid real research behind paid hacks calling themselves scientists. 

In the original study, called Restoring Study 329:

“In 2001, a pharmaceutical industry-conducted trial[1] published in the most prestigious American journal of child psychiatry reported that paroxetine was more effective than placebo in treating major depression in 275 adolescents. The study was conducted by the drug manufacturer in typical fashion: dozens of clinical sites were used throughout the country to recruit patients, the data were analyzed in-house by statistical employees of the company, and academic leaders in the field reviewed and revised the paper and became its authors, the first being the chairman of the department of psychiatry at Brown University …and became its authors …!"

So, the Chairman of the Department of Psychiatry at Brown University penned his name to the study to give it credibility?  He did not have all of the research to hand:

“The core problem is that the process for safety and effectiveness testing is left to drug manufacturers, who have a vested interest in seeing positive results, without the medical and scientific community being able to scrutinize what they are doing.”

So, knowing that the drug, Paxil, fared no better than the placebo in trials, Glaxo-SmithKline then marketed and sold the product. 

And after over 20 years on the market, Glaxo-SmithKline paid out 3 billion dollars in fines for this crap.  Rarely do all the full data on the research come to light.  And they’re not ever willingly provided by the pharmaceutical companies. 

Bobby’s argument here is that we will not be allowed to know the real research data on Pfizer’s mRNA vaccine until 2025 and that’s WAY too late if there is danger there.

The Real Problem

The real problem is that Big Pharma has a history of editing its research on drugs to show benefits and hiding or making little of harm or damages they can cause.

One of the scariest aspects with Paxil is that it is still out there. You can get it under many names: Tagonis, Eutimil, Riva-paroxetine, MeradelParoneurin… there are about another fifty.

Do your own research into how these companies do their research.  If you do this, you will not be so eager to believe your doctor or the advertising. that touts the benefits of drugs like Paxil or some of the recent products of companies like Pfizer or Johnson & Johnson.


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Big Pharma and Addiction

Big Pharma and Addiction

Big Pharma is in the Addiction business.

Not the healing business.

We watched the last episode of ‘Goliath’ on Prime Video last evening.  With Billy Bob Thornton in the lead and J. K. Simmons playing the sociopathic owner of the pharmaceutical company.

This last season of the show outlines how the head of the pharmaceutical company aggressively marketed extremely addictive opioids.For money.

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Simmon’s character George Zax, is a sociopath who has an answer for everything.  The character he plays very likely believes his own lies.  (Brilliant cast and acting all through.)

There is a much happier ending in the TV series than real life.

Customers for Life

Make no mistake -- pharmaceutical companies are not in the business of healing.  It has been said before, but they want customers for life. 

A case in point is Purdue Pharma, owned by the Sackler family.  Purdue Pharma murdered and destroyed millions of lives in the USA with their ruthless marketing of OxyContin.  The Sacklers became quite famous when Purdue Pharma pled guilty in 2020 to three felony charges involving fraud, conspiracy, and kickbacks. The US Department of Justice commented that “The abuse and diversion of prescription opioids has contributed to a national tragedy of addiction and death …”  Purdue Pharma was dissolved in 2021 and the Sacklers ordered to turn over billions of dollars to address the opioid epidemic.  That will put a dent in the family fortune but still leaves these people very wealthy.

What is less known is the fact that any number of Big Pharma’s products could easily have been inserted into the story line to tell the same story.

Opioids, under their many labels (Hydrocodone, Hydromorphone, Percocet, Methadone, morphine, Oxycodone, Fentanyl, Vicodin, Demerol, Codeine, Opium, just to name a few), have been universally recognized for many years as being highly addictive.  Originally used for extreme pain, they have been marketed as ‘pain management’ over the last 20 years.

I have listed below just a few products of the pharmaceutical industry that are equally and often more addictive than the opioids in the television show.

Addictive Pharmaceuticals:

Alprazolam/Xanax - according to the CDC more than four times as many Americans dies in 2015 than 2002 overdoses that involved benzodiazepines.
Klonopin (Clonezepam)
Valium (Diazepam)
Adderall (Alprazolam)

Ativan (Lorazepam)
Librium (Chloridiazepoxide)
Ambien (zolpidem)

Big Pharma and their henchmen (and women), the prescribing psychiatrists and doctors, have been marketing these drugs as beneficial and necessary for life maintenance.  They have been marketing these drugs directly to consumers for years and years.  They use TV ads and magazine ads; convincing the masses of the safety of these horribly addictive products. And convinced they are.

One of the nasty issues with these drugs, besides the fact the fact that they mess with your functionality is that they are so addictive.  It can take weeks and months to taper off.

Kelly Brogan, a psychiatrist, has several videos and articles on the addictiveness of these drugs and the dangers of withdrawal.

A quote from an article called ‘The Taper’ on Mad in America website:

Part of what has scared me straight about ever starting a patient on an antidepressant (or antipsychotic or mood stabilizer) again is bearing witness to the incredible havoc that medication discontinuation can wreak. This can range from transient headache, gastrointestinal distress, and irritability to violence, suicide, physiologic disability, and diffusion of identity.”  Kelly Brogan, MD, ABIHM  Nov 22, 2013

Another couple of quotes from an interview on the website Anxiety: Natural Solutions

“Even when we did [pharmaceutical withdrawal] responsibly, I was essentially running an outpatient rehab. I mean from neurologic symptoms to psychiatric symptoms, physical symptoms, autoimmune diseases flaring, patients developing impulsive behavior and even violence. It was beyond description.”

“When I taper patients off of meds, I normally do what’s called a test dose decrease, which often is around 20% to 25% of the dose. We come down by that. Again, this is after we’ve done the initial months at least of fairly strict dietary compliance working with relaxation response, doing 20 minutes or more of movement, working on sleep. All of this has to happen first. Then we begin, and so we start with a test dose. If we see in about 2 to 4 weeks that test dose is completely well-tolerated, meaning you don’t even notice the difference, then we probably can work in bigger increments. That’s actually a godsend. These tapers, when we’re working in 10% and less doses, could take literally years.”

- Medication Tapering and Withdrawal: an interview with Dr Kelly Brogan - Trudy Scott

It can take weeks, months and years for a doctor to help wean someone from these drugs.  The dangers of doing this incorrectly can be disastrous.

There are, though, two major problems preventing people withdrawing from these drugs at all. One, doctors and psychiatrists are not taught anything about health and how exactly to get people off these drugs. And two, the real problem is that those that are making billions of dollars from these highly profitable drugs just don’t want that to happen.

Safe and Effective?

Big Pharma just keeps marketing these drugs as ‘safe and effective”!

Check out the real life scenario.  The ‘Goliath’ TV show, I believe, was based on Purdue Pharma and the Sackler family, those wonderful people that created a swath of death through America with Opioids.  Search images of them and you will find happy, smiling faces. 

To me, if you were looking for the devil on Earth, any one of the Sacker family would be a good stand in. 

Again, though, you could insert any of the previous ‘mood altering’ drugs mentioned earlier and have the exact same story.  The marketing and the way these drugs are advertised allows Big Pharma to spread a thin veneer of respectability over something that is inherently evil and horribly destructive. 

And I’m being nice.

If one needs more information on tapering off pharmaceuticals, you should really get and read Dr. Peter Breggin’s book Psychiatric Drug Withdrawal 


Here are the Aims of Psychiatry

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