The National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE) – the organisation that decides which treatments the NHS can buy – is never far away from the headlines.
Its decisions often divide opinion, and whenever we’ve written about them on this blog we’ve had a strong response from you, our readers, in the comments sections.
So we’ve arranged a short interview with NICE’s chairman, Professor Sir Mike Rawlins, where you get to suggest questions for us to ask.
We’ll be heading over to NICE’s offices armed with a selection of your questions and a microphone, and we’ll post the responses up on the blog later this month. So please get your thinking caps on and leave us your questions in the box below.