In December, scores of CCHR Nashville members and friends submitted public comments to the FDA regarding electroshock treatment. You will be happy to know you have not gone unheard. This just appeared on the Huffington Post:
If the FDA thought no one was going to notice when they issued their proposed order to reclassify the ECT device (think One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest) to a safer category on December 29, 2015, they just got corrected. In fact, they now have the focused attention of the one attorney they wish didn’t know their name.
Attorney Jonathan Emord holds the record for defeating the FDA in court more times than any other attorney in U.S. history. Yesterday, he filed a Citizens Petition with the FDA over their proposed order to down-classify the device used to deliver electroshock therapy, also called electroconvulsive therapy or ECT.
Read the article at this link.