That's a cop out, the fresh evidence bit. That's always been the case, and almost impossible to achieve.
The appeal process is a waste of time. Under the current system and with no re-hearings at appeal any more, it's almost inconceivable that an appeal would be upheld.
I see harm reduction as a way of engaging people as part of that path to recovery.
To err is human, but to really foul things up you need a computer.
One of the key factors contributing to this country's rising asthma epidemic is that patients are not equipped to recognize and manage their triggers and symptoms. As a result, patients don't effectively communicate with their doctors and end up comprising basic daily activities.
It needs a major overhaul. There are a whole menu of points and definitions that are not clear and the appeal process is a waste of time.
We're one of the most highly regulated industries, and we have to pay attention to what government is doing.
The first rule of intelligent tinkering is to save all the parts.