Which? Magazine have highlighted that certain medicines do not work. And David Colquhoun explains that the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) are at fault for failing to correct the misinformation that these medicines claim to cure:
- Some medicines that don’t work. Why doesn’t the MHRA tell us honestly?
I’ve wasted my money on some of these products, and I firmly blame the MHRA for failing to inform me on the lack of evidence on the efficacy of these products. All products on sale in the UK must have claims on efficacy investigated and confirmed. Otherwise how am I, a mere member of the public, to know which products work and which do not? MHRA are rubbish if they cannot perform this basic task.