Drugging Our Children: How Profiteers Are Pushing Antipsychotics on Our Youngest, and What We Can Do to Stop It

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Copyright 2012 by Sharna Olfman and Brent Dean Robbins

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Drugging our children : how profiteers are pushing antipsychotics on our youngest, and
what we can do to stop it / Sharna Olfman and Brent Dean Robbins, editors.

p. cm. — (Childhood in America)

Includes bibliographical references and index.

ISBN 978–0–313–39683–0 (hardcopy : alk. paper) — ISBN 978–0–313–39684–7 (ebook)

1. Pediatric psychopharmacology. 2. Adolescent psychopharmacology. 3. Child mental
health. 4. Antipsychotic drugs. I. Olfman, Sharna. II. Robbins, Brent Dean.

RJ504.7.D76

618.92’8918—dc23

ISBN: 978–0–313–39683–0

EISBN: 978–0–313–39684–7

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