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Increased administrative examination of information trustworthiness features the requirement for exhaustive procedural audits and techniques for overseeing mission-basic data.

The administrative prerequisite for information genuinely isn’t new and was expressed in 21 Code of Federal Regulation (CFR), Part 11 out of 1997 (1). 2,508 more words


Exploiting drug redeployment for modern-day drug discovery

By Sabrina Hossain, University of Birmingham

The progression of drug discovery and development over the last 50 years has been rather exciting for scientists and the community to follow. 964 more words


Letter to Government: Mesh Health Scandal

***For the attention of Lord O’Shaughnessy, Lord Hunt, Baroness McIntosh, Baroness Jolly, Lord Patel and Baroness Tonge ***
Dear Lords and Ladies,
I am grateful to you all for your contributions to the review of the safety of pelvic mesh implants in the House of Lords last week, on Tuesday 6th February 2018. 1,465 more words

Mesh Activism

Does the MHRA Require an Employer to Engage in an Interactive Process to Determine an Appropriate Reasonable Accommodation?

The Minnesota Court of Appeals recently held that the Minnesota Human Rights Act (MHRA) does not require an employer to engage in an interactive process with an employee to determine whether an appropriate reasonable accommodation is necessary. 316 more words

Accommodations And Accessibility

Letter to government: mesh scandal corruption.

***For The Attention of Health Minister Jackie Doyle Price, and members of The Parliamentary Debate on Vaginal Mesh Implants to be held on 18/10/17.***

Corruption, an undeniable reality in healthcare, is arguably the most serious ethical crisis in the sector today. 1,169 more words

Mesh Activism

Letter to government: Mesh Standard of Care

****For the attention of Owen Smith and the parliamentary working group for vaginal mesh***

My apologies it has taken me a while to get this letter to you before the next meeting in parliament on Tuesday. 2,452 more words

Mesh Activism


  1. A licence, also referred to as a marketing authorization, from the MHRA is required before any medicine can be used to treat people in the UK.
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