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Feb. 1993 the shadow Health Secretary, Mr. David Blunkett M.P., looking at
the myodil problem, made four demands of the Government:
Below are documents relating to the 1994 UK litigation (perverted
Alexander Harris Agreement with
the NHS and Court Transcript Extract, 1994
Alexander Harris made a disgraceful agreement with the NHS before the UK
Litigation began in 1994 whereby Alexander Harris would not pursue the NHS
during the proceedings and in exchange for this the NHS would co-operate
fully with reference to providing all patient records and documentation.
Myodil litigation settlement advice document. This document was dreadfully
flawed towards claimants in assessing the amount of compensation they should
Below are post litigation correspondence documents between Ursula
Coxhead, American Lawyers, British solicitors, Dr. Burton, and the Legal
Coxhead's explanation of the flawed criteria for diagnosing
Adhesive Arachnoiditis used to assess sufferer's eligibility to
proceed with their litigation.
February 1995, post litigation correspondence letter from an American
lawyer to Ursula Coxhead covering various subjects including the
procurement of a video tape from Dr. Burton and the fact that Eastman
Kodak's patent for Iophendylate actually expired in the 1950's.
May 1995, correspondence from Dr. Burton
to Ursula Coxhead, critizing the flawed criteria used for diagnosing
Myodil induced Adhesive Arachnoiditis during the UK litigation in 1994.
June 1995, correspondence from the Legal Aid
Board to Ursula Coxhead acknowledging being invited to the educational
conference and their view regarding the flawed criteria used to diagnose
Myodil induced Adhesive Arachnoiditis in the litigation.
June 1995 further correspondence from
the Legal Aid Board to Ursula Coxhead confirming a representative from the
Legal Aid Board would attend the educational conference.
July 1995, correspondence
from an American lawyer to Ursula's solicitor, in the letter the American
lawyer criticizes the medical profession for continuing to use Myodil
whilst knowing they were injuring people and that they shoulder equal
responsibility with Glaxo.
September 1995, contradictory
correspondence from the Legal Aid Board claiming Ursula Coxhead hadn't
given the Legal Aid Board sufficient notice with regard to the educational
conference on Myodil Induced Adhesive Arachnoiditis.
September 1995, correspondence from the
Legal Aid Board to Ursula Coxhead's solicitor, discussed in the letter is
the likely prohibitive cost of any new litigation, and how the flawed
criteria for diagnosing Adhesive Arachnoiditis during in the litigation is
not a matter for the Legal Aid Board to address.
November 1995, correspondence from
an American lawyer to Ursula Coxhead covering various subjects such as how
the drug producers never tested the product and how the medical profession
didn't properly warn patients of the risks.
November 1995, correspondence from the Medicines Control
Agency to Ursula Coxhead, in the letter the MCA says that the medical
profession should be allowed to experiment on people through the use of
December 1995, correspondence
from Dr. Burton to Ursula Coxhead's solicitor. Dr. Burton again critises
the criteria used by the Legal Aid board for
diagnosing Myodil induced Adhesive Arachnoiditis during
the 1994 litigation.
March 1998, correspondence from
Ursula Coxhead's solicitor to Ursula Coxhead in which he describes how
Glaxo's solicitors pressured the Legal Aid board in to not granting Legal
Aid for any new litigation by saying it would be a waste of public money.
Parliamentary Ombudsman's Report on MCA Testing and Licensing
documentation relating to Myodil.
A committee member of the MAG attempted to obtain documents from the
MCA with regard to testing and licensing of Myodil. The MCA refused to
provide all documents, so a complaint was made to the Parliamentary
Ombudmsan, this is his report.
Speech given by Ursula Coxhead at the inaugural
meeting of the Parliamentary All Party Myodil Action Group
the Lord Warner June 2004 in which he denies granting any inquiry
Ursula Coxhead to MAG members in response to Lord Warner's Letter 2004
Letter from C Searle to
November 2011 letter
Letter written to Ursula Coxhead in which Dr. Burton states in all cases
Myodil caused toxic chemical meningitis, and then progressed leading to the
secondary condition diffuse Adhesive Arachnoiditis.