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Schizophrenia (INACTIVE)

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  • Tuscon shooting suspect can refuse anti-psychotic drugs, court rules

     
    Tucson shooting suspect Jared Lee Loughner has the constitutional right to refuse anti-psychotic medication while he appeals the treatment prescribed by prison mental health authorities, a federal appeals court ruled Tuesday. The government has...
  • AstraZeneca to pay $68.5 million in Seroquel settlement

     
    California Atty. Gen. Kamala D. Harris on Thursday announced a $68.5-million multistate settlement with AstraZeneca Pharmaceuticals after the states sued the company for allegedly using unfair and deceptive marketing practices for its antipsychotic drug...
  • UCLA researcher: I won't be bullied by threats from animal rights activists

     
    When UCLA neuroscientist David Jentsch was a grad student, he never expected his life as an academic would require around-the-clock armed guards, or a closed-circuit TV inside his bedroom so he could keep constant watch over his home. But the......
  • UCLA neuroscientist receives threatening package apparently sent by militant animal-rights group

     
    UCLA neuroscientist J. David Jentsch received a package containing razor blades and a threatening note this month, the university confirmed Tuesday. According to a statement from UCLA, both university police and the FBI are investigating the incident,...
  • Justice Department made $3 billion in fraud recoveries in past year

     
    The Justice Department secured $3 billion in settlements and judgments involving fraud against the U.S. government in the recently concluded fiscal year, the government said Monday. More than 80% of the recoveries involved health-care fraud, including a...
  • UCLA researcher receives threatening package; animal activists said to claim responsibility

     
    A UCLA neuroscientist who conducts animal research received a package with razor blades and a threatening message, a university spokesman said Tuesday afternoon. David Jentsch, who does research on rodents and primates, received the package earlier this...
  • Album review: Sufjan Stevens' 'Age of Adz'

     
    “We cannot think of any art of our time as latter-day cave paintings,” wrote the art historian Paul Arnett in a recent essay about African American vernacular art. Confronting the work of “primitives” like Royal Robertson – whose magic-marker...
  • Music review: Andras Schiff plays Schumann in Disney Hall

     
    This year is the 200th anniversary of the births of Chopin and Schumann. Chopin and Schumann, always in that order. The Chopin celebration –- on recordings, at festivals, in special events and even featured on news reports –- has dominated.......
  • From skid row to Disney Hall, and on to the White House

     
    One of Los Angeles' best known musicians faced a tough but empathetic audience Monday: Nathaniel Ayers, the formerly homeless classical violinist, played the White House. The occasion was a celebration on the back lawn of the presidential mansion to...
  • Mentally ill immigrant detainees should receive legal representation, suit says

     
    Immigrant detainees with severe mental disabilities have a constitutional right to legal representation in immigration court, according to a lawsuit filed late Monday by a coalition of legal organizations. The lawsuit was filed in federal court in Los...
  • Jury deadlocks in case of deputy accused of hogtying mentally ill man

     
    A judge declared a mistrial Friday after jurors deadlocked over allegations that hogtying by Los Angeles County sheriff's deputies caused a mentally ill man to go into a coma from which he never fully emerged....