The First Year's Experience with Large-Scale Use of Chlorpromazine and Reserpine in the Mental Hygiene Institutions of
New York State: A Preliminary Report
Dr. Henry Brill, Assistant Commissioner of Mental Hygiene for New York State, testified before the House Appropriations Subcommittee
on Labor regarding the promising new anti-psychotic drugs, chlorpromazine and reserpine, and the need to perform large-scale
controlled studies with them. This was in support of Gorman's testimony on the same date.
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1956-02-16 (February 16, 1956)
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A Full-time Activist: The National Committee Against Mental Illness, 1953-1963
Nationwide Evaluation of New Psychiatric Drugs is Urgent Need (February 16, 1956)
A Proposal for the Technical Evaluation of Psychiatric Drugs (February 16, 1956)