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Thank you very much for signing sign EDM 569: Safety of Medicines.
Please would you consider taking up the Safety of Medicines (Evaluation) Bill in the Ballot on 26th November?
With adverse drug reactions increasing and the output of new medicines decreasing, while their costs spiral ever upwards, it has never been more important to assess the methods used to test drug safety.
Yours sincerely ______________________
Given the volume of emails MPs receive, we believe brevity is paramount! MPs are only obliged to respond to their own constituents, so it is crucial to include your full address and postcode.
We would be very grateful to hear of any replies.
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