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Another tragic case in which the medication did not help: Comment by Richard Eikelenboom

Independent Forensic Services CYP450 Another tragic case in which the medication did not help: Comment by Richard Eikelenboom

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Another tragic case in which the medication did not help: Comment by Richard Eikelenboom

Posted By Richard Eikelenboom

Depressed’ father-of-two hedge fund executive, 47, commits suicide by jumping out of the window of his ninth-floor luxury apartment

In this article a suicide is described. The quote below is from this article.

‘The family is hysterical. He was under a lot of meds. He did not give a specific reason why he jumped, but he was depressed,’ the source said.”

I don’t know the specifics behind this case, but we can conclude that the medication did not work because the victim killed himself. What we see a lot in our homicide and suicide cases is that people commit the homicide and suicides after they are exposed to medication, like antidepressants. Often it is mentioned, like in the article above that the victim/perpetrator was depressed. So that should be the explanation for the suicide of homicides. Not a lot of people put question marks behind the medications used and that is weird the medication should help the patient. Clearly that is often not the case. We found that some people are not able to metabolize certain types of medication, which can lead to suicide and homicide. People should be tested on their CYP450 before they take anti-depressants or other heavy medications. I think medical doctors should question medication more often and look if it does more harm than good………

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