Thursday, 17 September 2009

LDN Now Day is a Success Story

Last Saturday volunteers, patients and their friends were out on streets around the UK collecting signatures for the Number 10 Downing Street petition to encourage the UK NHS to fund trials of Low Dose Naltrexone so that every NHS patient has the option of Low Dose Naltrexone treatment on the NHS.

The day was a big success, around 3000 signatures have been collected, which when the site is updated will bring the total to around 7400 signatures.

As things stand at the moment, the petition is number 5 in the Health category and should move to 4 within the week.
In the overall list of all petitions it is number 24 and should be in the top 20 by the end of the week.

So, if you are a UK citizen and have yet to sign up, please do so now. If you have already signed up, please encourage at least 10 of your friends to sign up now and make this petition one that the UK Government cannot ignore.

The recent apology by Gordon Brown for Alan Turing's treatment shows that these petitions do count, so make your voice heard now. Save the NHS millions, if not billions, help improve millions of patents quality of life and health and let the government know that you will not let your health be dictated by the patent system and pharmaceutical companies profits.

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