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Early Access to Medicines scheme

Last month the UK Government’s Department of Health announced an Early Access to Medicines Scheme. But, what is this new scheme? and what does it mean for people living with MND? 802 more words

MND Research

B17 / Amygdalin / Laetrile rears its ugly head again!

I was recently surprised to see purified B17 / Amygdalin / Laetrile on sale on the internet,  despite its availability being restricted in the UK, back in 1984. 626 more words

MHRA Shreds Clinical Trial Info After 15 Years

Well that's convenient isn't it?... 


MHRA shreds clinical trial info after 15 years

24th March 2014

The UK medicines regulator destroys detailed information on the benefits and harms of medicines it has approved after it has held it for 15 years. 263 more words


MHRA guidance on medical device stand-alone software

The Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) has issued guidance for healthcare and medical software developers who are unsure of the regulatory requirements for CE marking stand-alone software as a medical device. 141 more words

Letter to The Scotsman Newspaper

Dear Sir,

I am writing in response to your recent article, ‘Call for ban on e-cigarettes in public places’ As a campaign that has the interests of e-cigarette users at heart, we are concerned that your journalist reproduced the comments of the British Medical Association (BMA) Scotland and Public Health Minister Michael Matheson MSP, without subjecting them to any scrutiny, if she had, she would have found them wanting. 958 more words


False Allegation Rates and DV Against Men Rates Do Not Matter

When discussing the issue or domestic violence or false allegations of rape/sexual assault/domestic violence the debate almost always turns to what the rates are: “Men are half the victims of domestic violence!” “no they aren’t!” “False accusations happen too often!” “no they don’t!” – That is basically a condensation of almost every debate on these topics ever. 497 more words


Ian Hudson's 11 Years At GSK/SB...


Those of you who are somewhat familiar with the Seroxat Scandal will be aware that, when BBC Panorama first exposed the truth about this dangerous drug with their first documentary in October 2002, the chair of the MHRA (medicine regulator) Alasdair Breckenridge (also a former GSK/SB employee) more or less defended GSK and the MHRA. 510 more words