Sunday, November 24, 2013

"What stayed with me was the lack of genuine engagement of the case by the clinicians involved"

Psychiatrist Mickey Nardo writes:

"It’s the lack of engagement of Dan that haunts me in this story – from AstraZeneca, to Dr. Olson, to the clinical coordinator, to the university – or the implication that his mother was being a royal pain, or that she had something to do with his suicide, or that Judy Stone was a "whacko," or that Carl Elliot doesn’t deserve to be listened to, or even that "it’s a tragedy, not a scandal." Who was engaged with Dan – the young man who was living among telepaths, mind readers, and hybrids, absent emotional attachments?"

You can read the entirety of this excellent post here.

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