“Dr. Charles Popper…testified that if the micronutrient treatment became unavailable there would be aggressive behaviour, assaults, hospitalizations, incarcerations and suicides. He testified that his patients would have to be returned to medications which lack stability and had negative side-effects. Overall, Dr. Popper testified that he would not be able to manage his practice at the level to which it had grown and he would have to refer patients away from his practice.”
~ Dr. Charles Popper is a child and adolescent psychiatrist and psychopharmacologist who has been affiliated with McLean Hospital and Harvard Medical School since the late 1970’s. He established and directed the Child and Adolescent Psychopharmacology program at McLean Hospital for 14 years, and taught the first weekly year-long seminar for psychiatic residents in the country on child and adolescent psychopharmacology. Dr Popper suggests that we might end up redefining how we think of mental illness-and that would be a huge change.