Antipsychiatry, Bioethics & Neuroscience

Bill Skaggs skaggs at bns.pitt.edu
Mon Aug 7 10:33:19 EST 2000


Nick Medford <nick at hermit0.demon.co.uk> writes:

> In article <m7lmycyf5b.fsf at skaggs.bns.pitt.edu>, Bill Skaggs
> <skaggs at bns.pitt.edu> writes
> >The fact is, people who suffer from paranoid schizophrenia rarely
> >choose of their own free will to be drugged. 
> 
> Figures I have seen, and my own experience, do not support this assertion. It
> is certainly true in some cases. However many people who are initially very
> against taking these drugs have a profound shift of attitude once they find
> that the drugs help, if only to some extent.

It is the initial attitude that I was referring to.  Thank you for
clarifying.

	-- Bill






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