Into the life of every over-medicated lab rat, a little downtime must fall. Prozac Monologues is taking a bit of a break, with apologies to regular readers. I hope to tinker with the sidebars to add some resources, while not being able to maintain my own writing standards.
Meanwhile, let me once more recommend Knowledge is Necessity for information about the Pharma/Medico/Therapeutic Industrial Complex, and occasional good clean fun.
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