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From: Sharyn Bovat <email@example.com>Subject: to National Security Lawyers - NEW Whistleblower Issue that Should Be Dealt with QUICKLYDate: April 4, 2016 at 10:42:43 AM EDTTo: "McMahon, Holly" <Holly.McMahon@AMERICANBAR.ORG>, "Laura K. Donohue" <firstname.lastname@example.org>, DANIEPM5 <email@example.com>, Mark@markzaid.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
************************told me that the govt knows SSRI’s are a leading cause of Alzheimers. Those drugs (inc Zoloft) are given to Vets for PTSD. Some have told me in the past many of them were originally given opium based drugs that later became a gateway drug to heroine. Most people that I talk to that have served multiple tours in Iraq?Afghanistan have told me they know “multiple” people they served with that have committed suicide. About 22 ppl that served in the military a day are committing suicide. Having “healthy” troops is a a National Security issue. People are scared to whistle blow in America. An FBI guy told me I have approval from the White House to whistle blow until the end of his administration. FYI: I’m trying to NOT whistle blow anymore & hope that new rules are in place so bloggers like me aren’t needed to expose stuff. This i hope is my last issue BUT i think it’s so big & personal to so many that it needs to be dealt with professionally & discreetly, thus this email asking for help.
"Sharyn Bovat, an analyst and researcher at Voice of A Moderate, said that veterans would benefit from Cannabis legalization. “This is an issue that’s important to our veterans,” she said. “They have PTSD and data suggests SSRIs are a leading cause of Alzheimer’s.” SSRI’s or anti-depressants, often used to treat PTSD are often prescribed to veterans suffering from combat related disorders. “Our vets deserve an organic solution and that is marijuana,” said Bovat….” DC Media Group
This is from the VA website TODAY!!!The current evidence base for PTSD psychopharmacology is strongest for the selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs), and currently only sertraline (Zoloft) and paroxetine (Paxil) are approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for PTSD (1, 2). From the FDA perspective, all other medication uses are off label, though there are differing levels of evidence supporting their use. From the VA/DoD Clinical Practice Guideline for PTSD perspective, these SSRIs, as well as the SSRIs fluoxetine and paroxetine along with the serotonin and norepinephrine reuptake inhibitor (SNRI) venlafaxine are first-line recommended treatments (3).
I was asked to try pot for my PTSD and I went to Colorado and the Indica strain worked the other strain made my PTSD worse. I learned the pharmaceutical companies are indirectly helping to fund studies using the strain of marijuana that makes a person paranoid. The FACT is they don’t want pot used for PTSD cause they want the vets on their meds LONG TERM. Evidently if a person is on an SSRI for over 10 years the odd of them getting Alzheimers are = to the Vets who were exposed to agent orange getting ill. I was told the #’s are mind-blowing. The vets know that the VA is not giving them pot & they are moving to Colorado and the West Coast to “self medicate”….. The vets know that Indica works for PTSD. The Vets do NOT know that what they are being prescribed can permanently take their memories or war away via Alzheimers. This issues needs to be investigated NOW. A lawyer needs to be assigned to push for any clinical studies to be released in reference to SSRI’s and Alzheimers.Recently i was asked to try to get the mainstream media to push for this to be uncovered. I think it’s in the BEST INTEREST of AMERICA for it to be done quickly & discreetly.
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