Monthly Archives: October 2011

Email from Mary Heaton, Customer Service Centre, Department of Health to John Perrott (27 October 2011)

Dear Mr Perrott, Thank you for your further email of 11 October to Anne Milton about addiction to prescribed benzodiazepine. I have been asked to reply on her behalf. As both the Medicines Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) and the Department for Work … Continue reading

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Benzo Nation (22 October 2011)

Article from the British Medical Association: http://web2.bma.org.uk/nrezine.nsf/wd/BSKN-8MQDE8?OpenDocument&C=22+October+2011

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Letter from Jim Dobbin, MP to Professor John Strang, Kings College London (17 October 2011)

Dear Professor Strang, In neither of your letters to me have you addressed the unresolved issue of your conflicts of interest. During the period of time in which you tendered for and produced the NTA literature review you had a … Continue reading

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Parliamentary Debate (11 October 2011)

5.20 pm The Earl of Sandwich: My Lords, I start with a health warning: prescribed drugs can kill-a message which I recommend that all GPs pin up in their surgeries forthwith. The Minister already knows why I am saying this and … Continue reading

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Letter from Josh Jarrett to Anne Milton, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Public Health (08 October 2011)

Dear Ms Milton, I wrote to you on 2 August 2011 and also David Cameron on 6 August and 2 September expressing my concerns regarding the damage that prescribed benzodiazepines have caused not only myself but many others. I spoke on the Radio … Continue reading

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Letter from Professor John Strang, Kings College London to Jim Dobbin, MP (06 October 2011)

Mr J Dobbin House of Commons London SW1A 0AA Dear Mr Dobbin You will no doubt remember that we wrote to you (during the summer recess) about the concerns that have been expressed about our report of specific analyses we … Continue reading

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