|COMMITTEE ON SAFETY OF MEDICINES|
|1 July 1998|
Dear Charles,I am in receipt of your letter of 10th June.
The issues you raise relating to Selective Serotonin Re-Uptake Inhibitors (SSRIs) has been the subject of extensive correspondence between you and the Medicines Control Agency. Both I and the Agency's staff have given many hours of our time to providing you with information and explanations and the correspondence is substantially greater than that currently displayed on your website. I, myself, am not prepared to rehearse the arguments yet again but if you insist on continuing the debate you should do so through the Medicines Control Agency.
I am unclear as to whether you have made formal complaint, to the Committee on Standards in Public Life, about the CSM's activities. If so I would appreciate a copy and an outline of the basis for your complaint.
|Professor M D Rawlins|
|Market Towers, Nine Elms Lane, Vauxhall, London SW8 SNQ|
|Tel: 0171 273 045112 Fax: 0171 273 0453|
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