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World Benzodiazepine Awareness Day News


Also see US State recognition for World Benzodiazepine Awareness Day.


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More Global Benzo News

For more comprehensive global news on benzodiazepines, please visit the benzo.org.uk media archive


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About news

Some news articles above are asking why after so long (55 years) are benzodiazepines still causing problems, such as the increased death rate.

However the answer is clear. It’s because world governments have continually allowed the drug companies, with their profit making agendas, to dominate the health industry, without putting proper regulations in place. Therefore, ultimate responsibility for this human tragedy lies squarely on the shoulders of the politicians (See: Who’s Responsible).

In much of the media many reporters tend to use the unfortunate words “abuse”, “misuse”, “addicts” etc. when referring to patients or individuals.

Without being put into proper context, these types of words are stigmatizing many innocent people (otherwise normal everyday people) who were simply following their doctor’s orders (See Let's Stop the Stigmatization).

The word “disorder” is also misleading, and is overly used to justify the prescribing of these dangerous drugs, when in fact, in most cases, some anxiety and stress is a completely ‘normal’ reaction to certain life situations.


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About this Site

This website has been constructed by me personally for the purpose of raising awareness about doctor induced benzodiazepine drug dependency and litigation problems.

The purpose of this site does not include any form of retribution. Also, for privacy reasons the defendants’ names along with certain other names have been omitted from all public documentation contained herein.

There are no other persons / parties involved and it in no way represents any organization or activist type movements.

It is not intended as medical or legal advice – please see Disclaimer.

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3-11

As someone who has experienced both doctor induced benzo dependency and the effects of the 3-11 disaster, I immediately became concerned about the overprescribing of prescription drugs to the many thousands of people in the disaster areas.

As it happened, I was writing my Supreme Court appeal in the midst of the disaster, so I took this opportunity to try and raise the alarm by including the following passage in my closing comments…

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The Japan Times

Most surprising of all, the high court relied on the packaging produced by the pharmaceutical company to determine the dosage at which benzodiazepines could be deemed addictive.

“I don't feel like I lost, I feel like I won and the court failed,” he says. “It feels like they were protecting the doctors and failed to protect society.” "What I want to do is use my experience and the material generated through my case to provide a resource to others who are dependent or may become dependent."

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The purpose of this site does not include any form of retribution.
Also, for privacy reasons the defendants’ names along with certain other names have been omitted from all public documentation contained herein.
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