More examples emerge this week of the EU making our lives worse – and shorter – as this article in the Telegraph points out;
groundbreaking treatment is being denied to British patients because European regulators work far more slowly.
It goes on;
Because of Britain’s EU membership, all rulings on drug approval are taken by European regulators. They have now been pondering the decision for almost a year – and industry insiders said it could be almost 18 months before a decision is reached.
This is not the first time the EU has put lives at risk, as this article from Medical Daily points out – outdated EU regulations prevent children from receiving life-saving cancer drugs.
Cancer experts warn that if changes are not made to European Union regulations soon, many children with a life-threatening condition will die as a result of not receiving the right medication.
Just one more reason to VoteLeave on 23rd June.