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 Anti-Psychiatry Radio 
 From Lecture Series at OISE: October 28, 2011
 Don Weitz
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Electroshock ("Electroconvulsive Therapy/ECT") is the most 'controversial treatment' in psychiatry today.
This seminar deconstructs electroshock as a traumatic, memory destroying and brain-damaging procedure procedure that targets women and elderly people.
Several studies and shock survivor testimony that document ECT's horrific effects, and the growth of international resistance against "ECT" are also discussed.

Event sponsored by Alumni for a Free U of T
Don Weitz
With Many Thanks to Susy Alvarez for recording

Event sponsored by Alumni for a Free U of T

 Electroshock: The Struggle to Ban "ECT" Download Program Podcast
From Lecture Series at OISE: October 28, 2011
01:13:19 English 2011-10-29
  Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE)
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