After all – we trust the physicians in our lives to make good choices for us.
Did you know that in 1997, Congress passed a law creating a website called clinicaltrials.gov overseen by the National Institutes of Health? The website was established to provide physicians and consumers easy access to information on public and private clinical trials.
In 2007, Congress also passed legislation that required medical researchers to release study findings to this website within one year of a study’s completion.
Soon thereafter, editors at many of the most prestigious medical journals decided to publish only study results that appeared on that website.
Well, in 2008, an FDA medical officer by the name of Turner led a research review looking to determine which research studies on antidepressants actually got published in medical journals.
To his surprise, Turner found that of all studies published on the topic, 94% of the time they reported positive results.
So that’s what all the research must have revealed – correct?