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Friday, November 1, 2013

Mass email and letter-sending campaign targeting British MPs

MEBO's Public Relations Director in the UK, Karen, has been very instrumental through the years in spearheading our Raising Awareness Campaign with significant accomplishments. As a continuation of this process, she sends us the following message today announcing a mass email and letter-sending campaign targeting British medical practitioners with a message introducing TMAU and its debilitating nature. Please be a part of this very important mission by letting your voice be heard. The more physicians are exposed to body odor conditions, the better they will be equipped to handle a sufferer who seeks their medical care. The following is a message from Karen:


Hello,

Don't be put off if the MPs did not respond to us last time; things are changing. Organisations (Medical Research Council etc) are starting to take notice of our voices. Please take part in a mass e-mail and letter-sending campaign targeting British MPs.

We want MPs to recognise the disabling nature of odour conditions and to acknowledge the right of odour sufferers to access education, employment or disability allowance.

On or around the 29th of November, we will remind the British health secretary of our presence and our needs.

I am drafting an e-mail for this purpose and have the contacts listed below:


Draft e-mail:

Metabolic malodour disorders such as Trimthylaminuria (TMAU) can be of a severely debilitating nature. As malodour disorder sufferers emit a repellent odour through their breath, skin and/or pores, their conditions impact upon almost every aspect of their lives.

TMAU, an incurable disorder in which the sufferer cannot oxidise the malodorous trimethylamine, is a condition which encroaches upon the wellbeing of others, thus rendering the sufferer a ‘social misfit’ and inhibiting their career progression. Our community requests specific protective legislation to ensure young odour sufferers reach their full potential in the education system and to enable employed odour sufferers to work in an environment free of harassment and discrimination.
The Disability Act does encompass conditions which adversely affect a person’s daily activities. Yet malodour sufferers often feel unprotected by anti-discriminatory legislation because malodour conditions are still not explicitly regarded as disabilities, and most sufferers do not feel entitled to Disability Living Allowance. If awareness of malodour disorders was increased and more doctors informed about them, then the malodour sufferer would feel more empowered in the workplace. Moreover, if protective legislation were put in place, and malodour disorders clearly recognised as being disabling conditions, malodour suffers could not be so easily excluded from society and their basic human rights denied them.


Contacts:

South West Surrey Constituents
If you are a constituent and would like to write to Jeremy Hunt in his capacity as MP for South West Surrey please use the following contact details:

Post:
2 Royal Parade
Tilford Road
Hindhead
Surrey
GU26 6TD
Email: huntj@parliament.uk
Telephone: 01428 609 416 (Constituents)

Non constituency enquiries relating to the Department of Health
If you are a not constituent of South West Surrey, but have any comments, feedback, or issues relating to health matters and you wish to write to Jeremy in his capacity as Secretary of State for Health, then please feel free to contact him via telephone number: 0207 210 4850 or via email by clicking on the following link: Contact Jeremy at DoH

Shadow sec of health: Andy Burnham
Constituency

10 Market Street, Leigh, WN7 1DS
Tel: 01942 682353
andy.burnham.mp@parliament.uk
Parliamentary
House of Commons, London, SW1A 0AA
Tel: 020 7219 8250
Fax: 020 7219 4381
andy.burnham.mp@parliament.uk

www.andyburnham.net/


Please support this initiative and forward this message to fellow sufferers if you can

Many thanks,
Karen

All sufferers and their families around the world are encouraged to support Karen's mass email and letter-sending on November 29th, as an intricate part of our Raising Awareness Campaign - the first essential step to obtain help for sufferers.

María


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