Some 1.5 million people will be contacted and encouraged to use the National Booking Service.
“In an era when modern medicine can extend the length of an individual’s life but not necessarily its quality, we believe that those with terminal or incurable conditions deserve a choice about how, where and when they die,” an open letter read.
Afghanistan is already the source of 90% of the world’s heroin and 95% of the heroin in the UK.
He said the tax increase, which is likely to impact on the young and poorest the most, is “very bad policy and politics”.
The EU previously accused the firm of acting in bad faith by offering the jabs primarily to the UK.
“I’m in a situation now where I desperately need a colonoscopy test, every day I’m left thinking could it be cancer? I’m also waiting for my doctor which is just as difficult, how do you see a doctor?," Mr Perks has asked.
A professional body representing GPs has warned that the Brexit-caused shortages in HGV drivers will massively impact on practices and patients.
Younger age groups appear to be particularly affected by this latest wave. In New Zealand, for example, the proportion of cases aged between two and twelve jumped from 1.0 to 2.1% over the last three months.
Multiple sclerosis patients are refused access to a legal cannabis treatment which could ease their symptoms, a charity said.