Lets take your quote "bearing in mind a high degree of professionalism". IMO totally agree that many discussions will take place "off line". However at the end of the day the trial will still have to be officially sanctioned at one of the meetings even if it is just rubber stamping. All we want to know at the moment is has Val been signed off for trial or if not what is the anticipated timeline.
Inside info is illegal paisley. Collating well researched information from differing sources works best. It helps to join the dots.
I find it interesting that many seem to be referring to the recent ethics meeting as some sort of catalyst; especially as initial meetings with them occurred last year, even more so as our Scientific Board has persons who actually know and have worked with/on UCL's ethics committee. Do you think they have to wait for each official meeting date to discuss or present the paperwork. Or do you think they might be able to pop along the corridor to their colleagues office to discuss matters.
p.s I haven't put question marks on the last two sentences, I don't need to know the answer, I already know it. It's been a bit of a drag the last few months for sure. But when you are doing things to a high degree of professionalism, where there are no corners cut, that's what happens. Maybe it will drag on longer yet, maybe it won't.
Paisley- Totally agree. IMO assumption made that the application to the Ethics committee has been made on March 17th in which case the outcome is imminent. If not then the application must be in tomorrow for the meeting on the 28th April.
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