Electroshock: A Crime Against Humanity
June 4, 2014, 5 – 7 PM Pacific
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Electroshock, also known as ECT, shock or electroconvulsive therapy, involves the application of two electrodes to the head to pass electricity through the brain, with the goal of causing an intense seizure or convulsion. Studies have shown that it always damages the brain. Yet it is still being given at facilities like OHSU and Kaiser Sunnyside Medical Center. Yearly 100,000 people in the USA get ECT. Most people are forced to have ECT. Worldwide, it is estimated that 1 to 2 to million ECTs are being given.