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If you wish to help people with MS get the medicines they need, you can send an email to the Minister for Health and general election candidates in your constituency to highlight your concerns. Why not make your voice heard by asking them to fix the issue facing thousands of people with MS and their loved ones? Demand quick access for new MS medicines. For your convenience, you can use the below system.
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3 National Centre for Pharmacoeconomics http://www.ncpe.ie
4 EFPIA W.A.I.T Indicator 2016, http://www.ipha.ie/getattachment/Publications-Submissions/IPHA-publications/New-medicines-for-patients-as-fast-as-in-Europe.pdf.aspx, pg 8.
6 QuintilesIMS, MIDAS Mar 2017; the measure is recorded sales; GR and LU retail only; % represent the number of New Active Substances launched. http://www.ipha.ie/getattachment/Publications-Submissions/IPHA-publications/New-medicines-for-patients-as-fast-as-in-Europe.pdf.aspx
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