Blowing the Whistle at the FDA, Jan 2001, exposing Dearborn and how OspA causes immunosuppression rather than, "was a vaccine."
 


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1988 Steere says Lyme is like a B cell leukemia

Assoc Blogs-n-Webs:
TruthCures.org
badlymeattitude.com/
immune2lies.com/
researchfraud.com/
may12.org
meadvocacy.org/
truthbetoldx81
lymecryme
CrymeDiseaseNorway
crymedisease
theothersideofthestretcher
rjspiritualityandtuth
LymeTruthSite

JC-LilnkedIn
KD-Linkedin.com
LD-LinkedIn
JC-academia.edu

KD-academia.edu

 


CDC "SPIDER"

Fungal Exosomes Inhibit Apoptosis

IDSA: "Vaccines serve the mfgs, not their victims"

RICO_filed_USDOJ

BlumenthalAntiTrust Lawsuit

Exosomes, Blebs

Spirochetal_Dementia


PDFs
CDC Admits Fraud, 2016
Dattwyler, 1988
Golightly, 1988
Dressler, 1994
BarbourFish, 1993
Dearborn, 1994
BarbourFishpdf.pdf
 

Pathogenic Fungi

Bush's warcrimes, Oct 2000

Trainer

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BRITISH_PSYCHIATRY- How Psychopaths Running the Asylum began.
 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zHT0S1KawJI&feature=related

 

I am a BigPharma chemist, so you can trust I am revealing all truisms about these "medications"--  The science which shows that all psychotropics are brain damaging

 

Download it for the best copy:  Psychiatric_MumboJumbo.wmv

 

 Click to enlarge and then click again to enlarge further.   

"Medications for psychiatric disorders can be both the cause of delirium and exacerbate or contribute to delirium from other causes."-  The American Psychiatric Association.

The above means Ely Lilly certainly knew they were committing a crime (malpractice) by recommending Zyprexa for dementia patients (or CNS depressants for the CNS depressed as demonstrated by scientifically valid relapsing and remitting brain SPECT scans in response to the IV drug ceftriaxone), since the American Psychiatric Association's own guidelines say central nervous system depressants make the delirium or dementia worse.

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Ben Bunney changed his website (the original was captured below) after I made this public, but this data could be subpoenaed.

Yale's Psych Chair's, Benjamin Bunney's, expertise is psychotropics-induced brain damage:   "Biological Abnormalities of Movement Disorders"

DCF's and Yale's Psychotropics guinea pigs

 

OLD BEN BUNNEY WEBPAGE:

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The Program

Research Endeavors

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* Basic

Neuroscience

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Neuroscience

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Benjamin Stephenson Bunney, MD
 
Benjamin Stephenson Bunney, MD
Charles BG Murphy Professor and Chairman
Department Of Psychiatry
Professor of Pharmacology
25 Park Street, Room 619

 
Phone:(203) 785-6396
Fax:(203) 785-6196
Email:benjamin.bunney@yale.edu

 


 

Education
 
bullet BA, New York University, 1960

 
bullet MD, New York University School of Medicine, 1964


Research Interests

The motivating force in Dr. Bunney's laboratory is an interest in the biological abnormalities underlying psychosis and movement disorders (e.g. Parkinson's Disease). His studies focus on the elucidation of mechanisms involved in the control of dopamine systems in the brain and their regulation by psychotropic drugs, employing neurophysiological, neurochemical and anatomical techniques.

Expertise
 

bullet Neurophysiology of Midbrain Dopamine Systems

 
bullet Pathogenesis of Psychosis

 
bullet Biological Abnormalities of Movement Disorders

Achievements and Honors
 

bullet Efron Award for Research, ACNP, 1983

 
bullet Lieber Prize, NARSAD, 1987

 
bullet Merit Award, NIMH, 1990-2000

 
bullet Chairman, Board of Scientific Counselors, NIMH, 1989-1994

 
bullet Institute of Medicine, NAS, 1993

Publications of Note
 

bullet Shi, W.X. and Bunney, B.S. Antipsychotic drug-induced depolarization inactivation of dopaminergic neurons: evidence, mechanism, and significance. In: CNS Neurotransmitters and Neuromodulators: Dopamine (Ed. T.W. Stone), CRC Press, Inc., Boca Raton, pp. 121-130, 1996.

 
bullet Shi, W.X., Smith, P.L., Pun, C.L., Millet, B. and Bunney, B.S. D1 and D2 interaction in feedback control of midbrain dopamine neurons, The Journal of Neuroscience, 17(20): 7988-7994, 1997.

 
bullet Shi, W.X., Zheng, P., Liang, X.F. and Bunney, B.S. Characterization of dopamine-induced depolarization of prefrontal cortical neurons, Synapse, 26: 415-422, 1997.

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