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MUST – Make Urine Samples Trustworthy – is a national initiative by medical, health and patient organisations led by The Urology Foundation, Bladder Health UK and The MAMA Academy, calling for the national adoption of a “gold standard” for the collection of urine samples.

Please sign the petition and together we can make sure patients are given the right information about what is in their urine!

The MUST campaign is essential for the long-term health of the nation – in that it offers better outcomes for patients today, it safeguards the future of tomorrow’s generations and lets the health care sector deliver the services they are committed to do cost effectively and efficiently.

Demand Accurate Diagnosis and Treatment - Demand A Protocol For Safer Urine Analysis

Sign the MUST Petition Today to save the NHS millions and get better diagnoses for patients.

https://www.change.org/p/the-rt-hon-jeremy-hunt-mp-make-urine-samples-trustworthy




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