A campaign led by a man from Gloucestershire to allow terminally-ill people to test unlicensed drugs, has been discussed at Westminster. Les Halpin, from Wotton-under-Edge, suffers from Motor Neurone Disease and wants the process of developing potential new remedies to be speeded up.
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