My tongue-in-cheek email asked them if their mission statement, "Helping New Zealanders to do more, feel better and live longer for over 100 years", could actually be proven and also I flippantly asked if they had any medicines that could increase my life expectancy over 100 years. I was basically having a pop at the grammar of the designer of their web page.
On asking for a copy of this study they told me:
You have contacted GlaxoSmithKline Australia/New Zealand. As product information and availability varies from country to country, we are only able to respond to enquiries originating in Australia or New Zealand.
So, just to get this straight, GlaxoSmithKline NZ cannot answer any emails that do not originate from either Australia or New Zealand yet my first email to them...the pedantic one, receives their full attention? Both emails were sent from the UK.
One has to ask if GlaxoSmithKline are picking and choosing what to answer here and, it would appear that, the only way I can get evidence of their withdrawal study would be to fly to Australia or New Zealand just to send them an email!
Well, if the mountain won't come to Mohammed....