Campaign Achievements


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Things Achieved 2012- April 2014

• Reached Phase 10 on MP’s meetings with 50 MP’s supporting.
• Met with Diane Abbott MP 14th May 2013 Labours Health Team
• Support from the Thalidomide Campaigners
• Twitter campaign
• Award winning Website
• Produced new leaflets and Parent Brochure
• Media Conference at Parliament in January 2013
• Inside Out Programme in February 2013
• Westminster Hall Debate 26th March 2013
• Meeting with Epilepsy Action agreeing on figures and offering support
• INFACTs campaign featured in the Epilepsy Action Magazine.
• Met with Epilepsy Society working towards information input.
• INFACT become International (New Zealand)
• Brought in 2 new members to Medical team Dr Rob Levy & Dr Jim Morrow which later became the ‘Anti-Epileptic Drugs in Pregnancy, Maternal & Child Health Advisory Group’ (AEDiP MCHAG)
• 1st July Panorama programme
• 16TH August met with MHRA
• 3 EDM’s (No’s. 9, 1021 & 385)
• Became stakeholders in NICE 30th August 2013
• Became Stakeholders in MHRA 1st September 2013
• Joined Thalidomide APPG to become Harmful Drugs Prescribed in Pregnancy
• 1st APPG AGM 15th October 2013 where INFACT accepted in attended with Dr Peter Turnpenny.
• Meeting with Norman Lamb MP Minister for Care & Support asking for Public Inquiry
• Asked by MHRA to join their Patient Group Consultative Forum Pilot Scheme
• Joined forces with Epilepsy Action and Epilepsy Society over Governments issues
• Met with Glenys Wilmott MEP (18th Jan 2014)
• Letter from Lambeth Palace Arch Bishop of Canterbury 3rd February 2014
• 1st Civil Disobedience in Guildford followed by Article in Guildford Advertiser following week.
• 13th March 2014 2nd Civil Disobedience at the Pharmaceutical Awards.
• Meeting with Luciana Berger Shadow Health Minister 19th March 2014
• 2nd Meeting with MHRA (28th March 2014) to discuss Survey & European Review
• Meeting with Dept of Health 28th March 2014)
• 1ST Meeting with Sanofi (28th March 2014)
Invited to give evidence at Europeans Medicine Agency, an initiative we set up with MHRA for Epilim to be monitored again

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