The current NICE debacle and extraordinary deviation from normal procedure and published protocol is further evidence of institutionalised discrimination by large sections of the UK medical establishment. That one professional and patient group should be treated in a manner at odds with clear and growing scientific knowledge would be unacceptable in any other disease. Yet…Continue readingThe NICE debacle – will NICE survive?
The NICE debacle – will NICE survive?
- Post date 22 September 2021
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