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This morning David Cameron is to launch a review into the use of supplements in the NHS. This is a critical time for NHS reform, not least because the evidence-based e바카라vidence is deteriorating. The Government has announced a series of important initiatives, including new restrictions on the use of prescription medicines to protect the public health.

The Government must ensure its reforms are evidence-based, that the NHS is best served by a more independent public health service and that it is the best source of genuine evidence for public health policy decisions. In the consultation on the introduction of stronger enforcement powers to clamp down on the marketing of drugs, we heard the concerns of the British Medical Association about “the lack of independent regulatory power", as the health secretary put it. That is now coming true.

The Gjarvees.comovernment has to do more to help patients, particularly those with severe medical conditions, get to the right decision-makers

This is not just a problem for individuals. One patient we met spoke of her battle with a severe disease and the anxiety of having to make a decision between her condition and whether or not to take a prescription drug.

There has to be an end to the “blame the patient" approach

We have heard from patients about how to use the NHS as a platform to promote the best evidence. We have also heard about a number of cases when there have been delays before appropriate action was taken, when health authorities have not been up to speed on new drugs, or where decisions are delayed based on concerns about the safety of a drug, rather than on the quality of the science.

This must come as no surprise. The last thing the NHS needs is people saying, “We’ve been told all that by the government and the drug companies and we need to accept this rubbish, so here’s my case." This is why we are calling for the public sector to take back control of how they pay for drug research, and then to establish a professional system where drug companies will pay the full value of their research.

The report shows clear evidence that the NHS and clinical commissioning groups have been “coddled" in many areas. That is why the report outlines a series of actions that the NHS needs to take to make sure that the UK’s public health resources are b더킹카지노est served. There needs to be an end to “blame the patient" approach, and the need to act on what we know is the true cost of drug research: the lives lost.

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