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July 09, 2005

Prescription Drug Epidemic - Psychiatrists 'Pushers'

"Our nation is in the throes of an epidemic of controlled prescription drug abuse and addiction," said Joseph A. Califano, Jr., CASA's chairman and president and former U.S. Secretary of Health, Education and Welfare. "While America has been congratulating itself in recent years on curbing increases in alcohol and illicit drug abuse, and in the decline in teen smoking, abuse of prescription drugs has been stealthily, but sharply, rising."

It would appear that something is wrong with the war on drugs highly touted by the United Nations and almost all its member states, especially the US. The target isn't right. In fact, prescription drugs quite legally produced by pharmaceutical companies seem to outsell the "illegal" variety by far. But then perhaps, there is something wrong with prohibition - period. Certainly prohibition seems to exacerbate the problem of drug connected criminality - or so say the experts. Prohibition is what makes drugs profitable.

Organized crime will fill the demand that cannot be legally filled - and since to do so is profitable, the bosses will find ways to "stimulate business" by hooking ever more souls to the most profitable drugs. Pushers do the dirty job.

Compare that with the epidemic of controlled prescription drug use CASA is denouncing. Here we have a different kind of prohibition - the suppression of alternatives to pharma's drugs. But we have pushers at work all the same: Psychiatrists push for pharmaceutical drugging. Psychiatric drug prescription algorithms have been put in place, financed by big pharma.

There is even a program to test every man, woman and especially the children in school for their need to undergo drugging at the hands of the state. It's called TeenScreen and is being pushed - always with pharma money and psychiatric backing. Psychiatrists are the pushers for pharma's addictive drugs. But everything is legal - it's got presidential approval.

Just what is the extent prescription drugs have legally replaced street drugs? It is amazing. Here is a comment on CASA's report by Vera Hassner Sharav of the ALLIANCE FOR HUMAN RESEARCH PROTECTION:

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“Our nation is in the throes of an epidemic of controlled prescription drug abuse and addiction,” said Joseph A. Califano, Jr., CASA’s chairman and president and former U.S. Secretary of Health, Education and Welfare. “While America has been congratulating itself in recent years on curbing increases in alcohol and illicit drug abuse, and in the decline in teen smoking, abuse of prescription drugs has been stealthily, but sharply, rising."

A report by the National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse at Columbia Universithy (CASA) about a survey of 979 physicians and 1,030 pharmacists from July 21 to October 31, 2004, provides shocking findings about the explosive abuse of addictive prescription drugs:

"From 1992 to 2003, abuse of controlled prescription drugs grew at a rate twice that of marijuana abuse; five times that of cocaine abuse; 60 times that of heroin abuse."

CASA notes: "The explosion in the prescription of addictive opioids, depressants and stimulants has, for many children, made their parents’ medicine cabinet a greater temptation and threat than the illegal street drug dealer."

What the CASA report avoids is holding the real culprits of the epidemic accountable:

This health epidemic is a consequence of the irresponsible prescribing of controlled prescription drugs which have been widely advertised. CASA acknowledges that the problem was NOT caused by illicit street junkies, but the report fails to nail the obvious culprits who enticed the public -- including impressionable children -- to take drugs that promised to make them feel better than ever. This drug epidemic is the consequence of a physician-pharmaceutical orchestrated crime.

The medical / psychiatric community and its professional organizations -- especially the American Medical Association, the American Psychiatric Association, and the National Institute of Mental Health. The AMA and APA are even now attempting to persuade the FDA to withdraw the newly required label warnings about the risks posed by antidepressants and stimulant drugs.

Physicians and medical institutions that have grown wealthy from their collaboration with the pharmaceutical industry have created a drug addiction epidemic that puts the community's safety at risk.

Perfectly healthy children, teenagers, pregnant women have become victims of professional drug pushers who are licensed by the government.

These same partners in crime have a major financial investment in ensuring a seamless steady flow of new customers for the most expensive psychotropic drugs. To accomplish that goal, they have embarked on a massive hunting expedition to ferret out undetected mental health problems in children -- on the basis of a flawed questionnaire whose purpose was designed to expand the client base. TeenScreen has been unleashed in schools across America -- although no such diagnostic method has ever been validated.

Nevertheless, TeenScreen has the seal of approval of state mental health offices and the President's New Freedom Commission report -- a commission that was riddled with conflicts of interest. Indeed, the NFC promoted the most controversial psychotropic drug prescribing guide -- TMAP (Texas Medication Algorithm Project) -- to ensure that the most expensive drugs whose hazardous effects are only now being revealed to the public would be prescribed. 

Contrary to its claims that TeenScreen "does not receive financial support from and is not affiliated with any pharmaceutical companiess" the Tennesse State Department of Mental Health / Mental Retardation has acknowledged in an official publication that: "TeenScreen was funded through grants from AdvoCare and Eli Lilly."

Vera Hassner Sharav

“CASA remains the only national organization that brings together all the professional disciplines needed to combat abuse of all substances in all sectors of society.”

- Joseph A. Califano, Jr., CASA Chairman and President     


WASHINGTON, July 7, 2005 – The number of Americans who abuse controlled prescription drugs has nearly doubled from 7.8 million to 15.1 million from 1992 to 2003 and abuse among teens has more than tripled during that time, according to a new report by The National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse (CASA) at Columbia University.

Under the Counter: The Diversion and Abuse of Controlled Prescription Drugs in the U.S., a 214-page CASA report detailing the findings of an exhaustive three-year study of prescription opioids (e.g., OxyContin, Vicodin), central nervous system (CNS) depressants (e.g., Valium, Xanax) and CNS stimulants (e.g., Ritalin, Adderall), found that from 1992 to 2003, while the U.S. population increased 14 percent, the number of 12 to 17 year olds who abused controlled prescription drugs jumped 212 percent and the number of adults 18 and older abusing such drugs climbed 81 percent.

The 15.1 million Americans abusing controlled prescription drugs exceed the combined number abusing cocaine (5.9 million), hallucinogens (4.0 million), inhalants (2.1 million) and heroin (.3 million).  

“Our nation is in the throes of an epidemic of controlled prescription drug abuse and addiction,” said Joseph A. Califano, Jr., CASA’s chairman and president and former U.S. Secretary of Health, Education and Welfare. “While America has been congratulating itself in recent years on curbing increases in alcohol and illicit drug abuse, and in the decline in teen smoking, abuse of prescription drugs has been stealthily, but sharply, rising.”

Among the report’s major findings:

· From 1992 to 2002, prescriptions written for controlled drugs increased more than 150 percent, almost 12 times the rate of increase in population and almost three times the rate of increase in prescriptions written for all other drugs.

· From 1992 to 2003, the number of people abusing controlled prescription drugs increased seven times faster than the increase in the U.S. population.

· From 1992 to 2003, abuse of controlled prescription drugs grew at a rate twice that of marijuana abuse; five times that of cocaine abuse; 60 times that of heroin abuse.

· From 1992 to 2000 –

- The number of new opioid abusers grew by 225 percent; new tranquilizer abusers, by 150 percent; new sedative abusers, by more than 125 percent; new stimulant abusers, by more than 170 percent.

- The increase in new abusers 12 to 17 years old was far greater than among adults (four times greater for opioids; three times for tranquilizers and sedatives; two and one-half times for stimulants).

· From 1992 to 2002, new abuse of prescription opioids among 12 to 17 year olds was up an astounding 542 percent, more than four times the rate of increase among adults.

· In 2003, 2.3 million 12 to 17 year olds (nearly one in 10) abused at least one controlled prescription drug; for 83 percent of them, the drug was opioids.

· In 2003, among 12 to 17 year olds, girls were likelier than boys to abuse controlled prescription drugs (10.1 percent of girls vs. 8.6 percent of boys).

· Between 1991 and 2003, rates of lifetime steroid abuse among high school students increased 126 percent, with abuse among girls up by nearly 350 percent, compared to 66 percent among boys. 

· Teens who abuse controlled prescription drugs are twice as likely to use alcohol, five times likelier to use marijuana, 12 times likelier to use heroin, 15 times likelier to use Ecstasy and 21 times likelier to use cocaine, compared to teens who do not abuse such drugs.

Many Sources of Diversion

Controlled prescription drugs can be diverted from their lawful medical purpose to illicit use from manufacturing facilities, distributors, warehouses, pharmacies, hospitals, practitioners’ offices and patients’ medicine cabinets. In CASA’s unique national surveys conducted in 2004, most physicians (59.1 percent) and pharmacists (51.8 percent) blame patients, who can obtain controlled prescription drugs by faking symptoms treated with opioids, depressants and stimulants, visiting a number of doctors to obtain prescriptions from each (doctor shopping), and altering prescriptions. For children, access to controlled prescription drugs for the purpose of diversion can be as close as a household medicine cabinet. 

“The explosion in the prescription of addictive opioids, depressants and stimulants has, for many children, made their parents’ medicine cabinet a greater temptation and threat than the illegal street drug dealer. Parents who do not want to become inadvertent drug pushers should consider locking their medicine cabinets,” said Califano. “While many parents lock their liquor cabinets, most do nothing to ensure that controlled prescription drugs are not accessible to children.”

Internet Availability

In 2004, CASA and Beau Dietl & Associates (BDA) investigated the availability of controlled prescription drugs over the Internet and found hundreds of Web sites offering these addictive drugs for sale without requiring a prescription and without regard to age. BDA investigators found that only six percent of the sites required a prescription, and virtually none restricted in any way the sale of controlled prescription drugs to children.

A year later in 2005, BDA repeated its investigation and found little had changed. In fact, opioids were offered on considerably more sites in 2005 and a larger percentage of sites indicated that drugs would be shipped from within the United States. BDA conducted a similar analysis with steroids and found that 95 percent of sites that sell these drugs do not require a prescription.

“Anyone with a credit card and Internet access can get their hands on these dangerous drugs,” noted Beau Dietl, BDA’s chairman and chief executive officer. “Like predators in the forest, these vultures that call themselves ‘Internet pharmacies’ hide in the darkness of cyberspace, where they hunt down and feast on our children, then disappear only to return another day under a new name and in search of new prey.”

Consequences of Abuse

The CASA report’s analysis of emergency room data confirms the sharp increase in abuse of controlled prescription drugs and its consequences.

In 2002, controlled prescription drugs were implicated in 29.9 percent of drug related emergency room deaths. Opioids were implicated in 18.9 percent of such deaths compared to 15.2 percent for cocaine, 12.6 percent for heroin and 2.6 percent for marijuana.

· In 2002, abuse of controlled prescription drugs was implicated in at least 23 percent of drug-related emergency department admissions.

· Between 1994 and 2002, controlled prescription drug-related emergency room mentions increased by nearly 80 percent, with opioid mentions jumping 168 percent, far more sharply than the increases of 48 percent for heroin and 39 percent for cocaine, and second only to the 198 percent increase in marijuana mentions. 

Comprehensive Approach Needed

As a result of its findings, the CASA report calls for an all fronts effort to reduce abuse of controlled prescription drugs, including a major public health education and prevention campaign, better training of physicians, pharmacists and other health care professionals, new laws and better law enforcement to close down rogue Internet sites peddling controlled prescription drugs, Food and Drug Administration and pharmaceutical company efforts to reformulate controlled substances to make abuse more difficult, improved treatment, and additional research.

The CASA report Under the Counter: The Diversion and Abuse of Controlled Prescription Drugs in the U.S., is based on three years of intensive work, including landmark surveys of physicians and of pharmacists, more than 200 interviews, seven focus groups, a national conference on substance abuse and pain management, an extensive and unprecedented analysis of 15 national data sets by CASA’s Substance Abuse Data Analysis Center (SADAC), an Internet investigation by Beau Dietl & Associates, and a review of more than 2000 publications. CASA has used the latest data available, which varies among the national data sets. Highlights of the physician and pharmacist surveys are attached.

CASA is the only national organization that brings together under one roof all the professional disciplines needed to study and combat all types of substance abuse as they affect all aspects of society. CASA has issued more than 50 reports, has conducted demonstration projects focused on children, families and schools at 89 sites in 41 cities in 22 states, and has been testing the effectiveness of drug and alcohol treatment, monitoring 15,000 individuals in more than 200 programs and five drug courts in 26 states. CASA is the creator of the nationwide Family Day initiative – the fourth Monday in September – that promotes parental engagement as a simple and effective way to reduce children’s risk of smoking, drinking and using illegal drugs.

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Highlights of CASA Surveys of Physicians and Pharmacists on Diversion and Abuse of Controlled Prescription Drugs

Physician Survey Highlights

· 43.3 percent of physicians do not ask about prescription drug abuse when taking a patient’s health history.

· 33 percent do not regularly call or obtain records from the patient's previous (or other treating) physician before prescribing controlled drugs on a long-term basis.

· 47.1 percent say that patients commonly try to pressure them into prescribing a controlled drug. 

· 74.1 percent have refrained from prescribing controlled drugs during the past 12 months because of concern that a patient might become addicted to them.

· 59.1 percent believe that patients account for the bulk of the diversion problem.

· Physicians perceive the three main mechanisms of diversion to be doctor shopping (when patients obtain controlled drugs from multiple doctors) (96.4 percent), patient deception or manipulation of doctors (87.8 percent), and forged or altered prescriptions (69.4 percent).

· Only 19.1 percent received any medical school training in identifying prescription drug diversion; only 39.6 percent received any training in medical school in identifying prescription drug abuse and addiction.

Pharmacist Survey Highlights

· 28.4 percent do not regularly validate the prescribing physician’s DEA number when dispensing controlled drugs; one in 10 (10.5 percent) rarely or never do so.

· 61 percent do not regularly ask if the patient is taking any other controlled drugs when dispensing a controlled medication; 25.8 percent rarely or never do so.

· When a patient presents a prescription for a controlled drug, 26.5 percent “somewhat or very often” think it is for purposes of diversion or abuse; 78.4 percent become “somewhat or very” concerned about diversion or abuse when a patient asks for a controlled drug by its brand name.

· 83.1 percent have refused to dispense a controlled drug in the past year because of suspicions of diversion or abuse; 51.8 percent believe that patients account for the bulk of the diversion problem.

· 28.9 percent have experienced a theft or robbery of controlled drugs at their pharmacy within the last five years; 20.9 percent do not stock certain controlled drugs in order to prevent diversion.

· Only about half received any training in identifying prescription drug diversion (48.1 percent) or abuse or addiction (49.6 percent) since pharmacy school.

CASA surveyed 979 physicians and 1,030 pharmacists from July 21 to October 31, 2004. The margin of error is +/-3%.

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Prescription Drug Abuse Soars to 'Epidemic' Proportions
Posted July 8, 2005 4:42PM
"Today more people are abusing controlled prescription drugs than the combined number who use cocaine, hallucinogens, amphetamines and heroin," Joseph A. Califano, president of the National Center on Addiction and Drug Abuse at Columbia University, said at a news conference Thursday.

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December 15, 2005
Psy-screening and Mandatory Drugs for Everyone? The Genesis of President Bush's New Freedom Commission on Mental Health
by Sue Weibert
Screening for mental illness is the most controversial topic concerning mental health today. Various government entities, private foundations, organizations, think tanks and universities, all flanked by cunning public relations firms, are hard at work trying to make mental health screening as common as a dental checkup. Despite public outrage over screening, these entities are working feverishly to establish this system. With so much clamor of disagreement for such a program, why, then, do these entities push forward with such ferocity? This article reveals exactly how this all got started, who's really behind "the big push," and how President Bush was tricked into establishing what might be the most detrimental program in the history of mankind.

Pill Pushers
Robert Langreth and Matthew Herper 05.08.06

How the drug industry abandoned science for salesmanship.

Novartis employs some of the best medical researchers in the world, and they have created such lifesavers as Gleevec, which treats a deadly form of leukemia. But what is the fourth-biggest seller in the Novartis medicine cabinet? No lifesaver. It's Lamisil, a pill for--horrors!--toenail fungus. The main effect of the fungus is that it turns the toenail yellow; it can hurt, but no one has died of this inconvenience. But a few people may have died taking Lamisil. Federal regulators have linked the drug to 16 cases of liver failure, including 11 deaths. Novartis says most of the patients had preexisting illnesses or were also on other drugs.


posted by Sepp Hasslberger on Saturday July 9 2005
updated on Thursday December 16 2010

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Readers' Comments

The exponential sale of drugs by the medico-pharmaceutical industry to 'treat' mental illness borders on the criminal, when it is known that there are nutritional alternatives to drug therapy. Both drug therapy and psychotherapy are palliative treatments because they attempt to deal with symptoms rather than with CAUSES.
All our neurotransmitters such as serotonin are produced from nutritional forerunners, together with enzymes and co-enzymes also derived from food.
Mainstream medicine and psychology do not appear to tolerate any competition from alternative and complementary medicine, which can treat these illness without recourse to drugs.

Please read:

"Depression a Nutritional Disorder" at:

Only an educated population can turn things around.

Jurriaan Plesman, BA (Psych) Post Grad Dip Clin Nutr
For more articles see

Posted by: Jurriaan Plesman on July 11, 2005 05:12 AM


Jan 11 2005

To Whom It May Concern.

Wow what an experience.
I was employed at Gal Power Systems in Mississiauga to work on diesel
generator systems.
I was working on a pair of 16 v 92 Detroit diesel generator sets at
4160 volt at a facility called the South West Regional Center in
Chatham Ontario.
I was requested by the project manager Moe Gallick of the Ontario
Realty Corporation to supply and install some fuel system components
at an Ontario Provincial Police transmitter tower close by.
When I went there to do the work I saw that this was an old abandoned
site no longer in use.
I was let into the building and began work.
As I was working I noticed the building had a an unusual amount of rat
poison or toxic chemicals distributed inside the building.
No breathing equipment or protective clothing were supplied by either
my employer Gal Power Systems, The Ontario Realty Corporation or the
Ontario Provincial Police.
Mr Gallick did not spend very much time in the building.
I did not complete the work.
Shortly after this I had to seek medical attention within the Ministry
of Health and was off work for close to a year.
This was a deliberate act.
I almost died.
This act of incompetence was the end of a series of poisonings that
started a couple of years earlier when I was working at Harper Detroit
Diesel on a project at Mississauga Hydro , probably continued when I
was hired by Thomson Technology in British Columbia and almost ended
in my death at Gal Power Systems.
Talk about bad politics or a toxic work place.
That's kind of the ultimate.
Some people say there is no corruption here in Canada.
The harrasment to date in my workplaces is unbelievable and
intolerable with off colour and
snide comments about my mental health.
There is much more to the story.

Gerry Duffett
14-4218 Lawrence Ave E Box 218
Scarborough Ontario
Canada M1E4X9

Pager # 416-612-5689

Jan 11 2004

To Whom It Might Concern.

Here is a copy of a letter I sent to the Toronto Sun newspaper about
an article that was published.This incident that happened to me is an
odd health and safety issue.
Here is a situation where a union might have made a difference. I
will be sending more letters to various groups in the up coming year.

Hi Mr Margolis.

I found your article about Edwin P. Wilson all too frightening and
hits me personally way too close to home. I was working at Harper
Detroit Diesel in Toronto and one of my co workers or somebody in my
customer base or the competion started poisoning my food over a period
of months.
I almost died.
I had worked in the diesel generator industry for twenty two years as
a field service technician at a variety of dealers and distributors
based mostly out of the Toronto area. In this position I worked in and
around all types of generator set applications such as apartment
buildings, schools, retail stores, hospitals, marine units, motor
homes, data centers, airports, telephone switching centers, or just
about anywhere you would find a generator set.This position also took
me into a lot of high security buildings or buildings that you don't
need to know exist. Some of the customers I have dealt with include
Metropolitan Toronto Police, the Ontario Provincial Police, the
R.C.M.P., Bell Canada, Transport Canada, Navigation Canada, Public
Works Canada, Department of National Defence, the Ontario Realty
Corporation, Nexacor Realty, AT&T, Cantel, C.I.D.A., External Affairs,
and many, many more. I did quite a bit of work on high security micro
wave and fibre optics communication links all around North America.
This is where this poisoning comes from. One person I worked 15 yrs
with on these systems, who I had not seen in 4 yrs, called me at home
one night in the middle of this series of poisonings, who I didn't
even know had my home phone number and asked "aren't you dead yet". I
wound up on the West Coast of Canada standing in a parking lot with
what were suppose to be Chinese Nationals from F.E.T.A.C. being
photographed by the R.C.M.P. as part of a smear campaign.
The worst part of all of this is Gerry Duffett almost died, thats me.
The next worst part of all of this, is this is my tax dollars paying
these freaks. I wonder how many times a day this goes on.
I still don't know who poisoned me. I was off work for almost one year.
I can now 5 yrs later barely hold a full time job.
The harassment in my work place is unbelievable as far
as off colour and snide comments about my mental health.
There is much more to the story. My pager # is 416-612-5689.

Thank you.

Gerry Duffett.
14-4218 Lawrence Ave E Box 218
Scarborough Ontario
Canada M1E4X9

Just in the last couple of years a new fibre optics system was
installed in Ontario to link all the power generation stations to one
central control center code named Ledcor.
Don't tell anybody you know that, somebody might try to kill you.

Posted by: Gerry Duffett on August 4, 2005 01:36 AM


is their an activist group in Canada that deals directly with perscription drug abuse in young children?


Thank you,

I am preparing to install a reaction piece in the city of windsor relating to the above stated - shocking- stream of facts!

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