This week, on the 8th December at 6pm, there will be a debate about making LDN available to patients who ask for it on the NHS.
Currently there are no reasons to refuse patients, but they are being refused. This debate can change this situation for old drugs that find new uses and for which patients choose it in large numbers, especially for a drug that is low cost and known to be safe.
Efficacy is a plus point but it needs proving in a trial and is hardly likely to get that. However, if patients want a safe drug, regardless of known efficacy, it should be possible to allow them to have it on the NHS. AFter all, we are the ones with the diseases and we tend to know what we want to do about it.
Please support this work, by contacting your MP and asking them to contribute to the debate. It has been submitted by Nia Griffith MP with suport fom a good number of MP’s so far. If you wish to help, go to the LDNNow website and tell us or reply to me here.