Graham Aldred reassured his wife that Seroxat was safe|
Graham Aldred's wife Rhona was prescribed Seroxat for depression in 2001. She was depressed and anxious but not suicidal.
She wasn't keen to take it at first, but her husband reassured her.
He said: "When Rhona brought the drug home she said to me she had some reservations about it and I said, 'don't be silly, this is England, this is a country where you can trust medical regulation'.
"Now she was right and I was wrong."
However, shortly after starting on Seroxat, Rhona became very restless, agitated and had terrible nightmares. After 11 days on the drug, she drove to a secluded country lane, and killed herself.
Graham told the programme: "This is what the Regulator doesn't seem to understand - that there are people on the end of all this."