Discussion in 'Petitions' started by Sly Saint, Feb 23, 2018.
thanks Tom............clearly luck of the Irish has helped ........
Yes and not far off 3700 now so hopefully the ripples from Toms postings will help push it over 4000 and towards 5000.
What about Jen Brea. Any ideas on how to contact her?
ETA tagged Jen in a post on PR
Didn't realise that people outside the UK could sign. Thought I'd try anyway and it worked.
There are a number of petitions (4, I think) re ME going round atm and it is hard to get people to keep signing different ones and confusing too as they can think they have already signed.
NB the Change.org ones are worldwide.
When MEA petition was going round think it was the only one.
2 weeks ago ago
As a scientist, it’s hard to justify the continued recommendation for two interventions consistently linked to an exacerbation if the illness. I made NICE aware of factual errors which impacted on their advice. Their response was that they really didn’t care. That’s not an acceptable attitude on science. I believe that given the evidence, any patient can now sue any doctor advocating GET based on the NICE guidelines, as the latter is no longer medically sustainable. NICE can’t delay a change in advice for so long. It will cause needless distress."
You can like comments (see Nigel Speights from 2 weeks ago)
eta: for those on twitter and FB, when you like a comment you can also tweet it/fb it
Hi @JenB welcome tagging you onto this thread to ask please can you share this petition
Yes it’s slowed down after a good burst following Tom sharing. I’ve tried contacting @JenB in different routes. Appreciate if anyone who is in regular contact can draw it to her attention.
If only half of her 17,000 followers signed..............
eta: ditto Action for ME (although they have less followers)
really slowed down.
please keep sharing.
Now had a bit of an uplift to 4540 another push on sharing following a bit of a hiatus while some involved were diverting efforts onto support for to Dr Ms GMC complaint.
well, I don't know who shared it (yesterday it had barely moved), but thanks whoever you are:
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