Monthly Archives: October 2010

Earl Howe’s reply re: SMILE 29.10.2010

Earl Howe’s response re: SMILE 29.10.2010 “Research ethics committees’ decisions are expected to be impartial and independent of ministerial and other influences. The Government do not interfere with their deliberations, either while they are in progress or by reviewing the outcome. The … Continue reading

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Other Questions to Ethics Service re: SMILE October 2010

October 19th 2010 SMILE Questions re: 10/H0206/32 SMILE – Specialist Medical Intervention & Lightning Evaluation The most frustrating thing about reading the research documents is that I still do not know the exact status of the LP ‘practitioners’. Are they … Continue reading

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Questions in Parliament October 2010

Phil Parker Lightning Process Annette Brooke: To ask the Secretary of State for Health what representations he has received on the research and development of the Phil Parker Lightning Process. [15725] Paul Burstow: The Department has received representations, from individual … Continue reading

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Letter to SW2 Ethics Committee October 2010

9th Oct 2010 FAO Mr. Richard Ashby, Chair, South-West 2 Research Ethics Committee Dear Mr. Ashby, Re: Dr. Crawley’s Study of the Lightning Process with Children with CFS/ME “The study has been scrutinised by the South West 2 Research Ethics … Continue reading

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