BBC News "Panorama" on 1/29/07 aired an hour-long documentary on how GlaxoSmithKline concealed the risks of suicidal behavior among children and adolescents taking the antidepressant Paxil (as known in the U.S.; Seroxat in the U.K).
I tell the basic story of the concealment of these risks in the "Introduction" to HOOKED. The BBC documentary fleshes out the story considerably, based on access to internal GSK e-mails unearthed as part of the legal discovery process as families have sued the company. The printed version of the story can be found at: http://newsvote.bbc.co.uk/mpapps/pagetools/print/news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/programmes/panorama/6291773.stm
The entire documentary can also be viewed online at the BBC website:
Obviously GSK does not emerge from this documentary looking very good; but in my view, the people who come off least well in this debacle are some of the "expert" physicians who are part of GSK's expert speaker's bureau and who appear here to be little more than paid shills.