The scare was in the papers this week and might scare some epileptics and other patients off drugs like Depakote, Lyrica and Neurontin. Where did it originate? The Last Psychiatrist says a personal injury lawyer from New York has been campaigning for years to forward adverse event reports to the FDA with the aim of establishing such a link; it's still early to draw any conclusions, though, the numbers at the moment being thin and hard to interpret.
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