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ASA Ruling on Phil Parker Group Ltd. August 2012

A complaint was submitted to the Advertsising Standards Authority by Hampshire Trading Standards. To summarise, the ASA upheld that: 1. The claims with respect to treatment of ME/CFS, in particular the 81.3% claims of success, were misleading and that LP … Continue reading

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The Curious Case of the SMILE Research Collaborators

The Advertising Standards Authority Adjudication re: Alastair Gibson’s unsubstantiated claims about The Phil Parker Lightning Process in a sponsored link to his “Withinspiration” website dated June 2010. Alastair Gibson is named by Dr. Crawley on th NHS REC form as … Continue reading

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NRES publishes lies about SMILE study – 1st April

1st April 2011 To: Joan Kirkbride <joan.kirkbride@nres.npsa.nhs.uk> Cc: janet.wisely@nres.npsa.nhs.uk, “sally.davies” <sally.davies@dh.gsi.gov.uk>, “Bill.Davidson” Bill.Davidson@dh.gsi.gov.uk Dear Joan, Thank you for your mail of 16th March. I believe you may have again been misled by the SMILE research team. You said: “1. It … Continue reading

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Our Reply to Ethics Service re: NRES Apology to Phil Parker – 8th February 2011

Letter 8th February 2011 –  To Joan Kirkbride, Head of Operations, England, NRES I refer to your letter of 4th February regarding the pilot study known as SMILE and the NRES’ apology to Phil Parker for associating him with the … Continue reading

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Ethics Service apologises to Phil Parker 4th Feb. 2011

Letter from NRES 4th February 2011 Assessing the feasibility and acceptability of comparing the Lightning Process with specialist medical care for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS/ME) – pilot Randomised Controlled Trial Further to my letter of 6 January 2011. I would … Continue reading

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