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By Michael Goodspeed
May 22, 1999
Over the past 15 years, dozens
of independent researchers have compiled anecdotal evidence linking aspartame
(ASP) to a variety of devastating physical ailments -- tinnitus, glaucoma,
migraines, short-term memory loss, even brain tumors are thought by many
doctors to be directly caused by NutraSweet consumption. This has been
a matter of public record for three decades. Less widely-known, however,
are the data suggesting that ASP may have caused an exponential increase
in both mental illness and violence, particularly in young people.
1969 - Dr. Harry Waisman fed ASP mixed with milk to monkeys. One died after 300 days of ASP and five others had grand mal seizures. Searle deleted this negative study when the company submitted safety evidence to the FDA.
1970 - The FDA banned cyclamate during the time that the safety of saccharin was being questioned. The time seemed ripe for ASP.
1971 - Dr. John Olney, a research psychiatrist, told Searle that aspartic
acid caused "holes in the brains of mice."