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What Exactly Went Into My Psychiatric Diagnosis?

The folks who are rewriting the diagnostic manual in psychiatry have often built their careers on the diagnosis in question and/or have received money from Big Pharma, so that the diagnoses they craft are potentially fraught with conflicts of interest and bias. Even though those rewriting the diagnostic manual tried to rectify matters, their efforts fall short. Read More

Great post! I look forward to

Great post! I look forward to future articles on the topic. Very interesting about the make-up of committees that treat illnesses that use medication as a first line of treatment.

Great post! I look forward to

Great post! I look forward to future articles on the topic. Very interesting about the make-up of committees that treat illnesses that use medication as a first line of treatment.

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Wes Boyd is on faculty at Harvard Medical School and is an Attending Psychiatrist at Cambridge Health Alliance and Children’s Hospital Boston.

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