Dr Susan Cunliffe claims shock therapy left her brain-damaged and unemployable | Daily Mail Online

Dr Susan Cunliffe, 48, had 21 sessions of the electro-convulsive therapy at Worcestershire Royal Hospital between 2004 and 2005 to combat depression following the break-up of her marriage.

Source: Dr Susan Cunliffe claims shock therapy left her brain-damaged and unemployable | Daily Mail Online

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Antidepressants ‘likely increase suicides in all ages’ and manufacturers underreport side effects: Study | National Post

The review of 70 trials of the most common antidepressants, involving more than 18,000 people, found they doubled the risk of suicide in children and teenagers

Source: Antidepressants ‘likely increase suicides in all ages’ and manufacturers underreport side effects: Study | National Post