I find it sad to note, but no suprise given my own experience, that 28% of people who answered the poll on aftercare did not receive the aftercare/monitoring that they expected/need. Can the OPA help in anyway with passing on these figures to someone, some organisation (NICE???) who might actually care about this situation at all? I realise that the numbers involved in the poll are small but if they reflect a valid picture overall, then it means over 1 in 4 people are left feeling very vulnerable and without the support and monitoring needed to help give them the best chance of a full recovery. I think the polls are such a good idea but if the information could be channelled into an improvement in dealing with OC long term then they would be a really usefull tool. This may happen to the figures already, I don't know???