Mike has been promoting Gospel concerts, managing artists, and producing recording and radio projects for the past 30 years. In that time he was the first to bring 10-time Grammy Winners, Take 6 to the UK, long before their immense talents were recognised by the wider public. Through Number Seven Promotions, he built a reputation for producing innovative concerts, using the power of music as a mean of impressing spiritual truths in the minds of concert goers. He has managed a number of UK artists such as Exodus, Praise, Ullanda Alexander, and 3D and has Executive Producer credits on projects by Praise, 3D, and Luton Gospel Community Choir. He’s a radio broadcaster and co-founder of Adventist Radio Milton (ARMK), for which he won the Andrew Cross Award in 2000 for the series, “Favourite Hymns.” In addition to ARMK, he has produced religious programmes for Cable Radio Milton Keynes, Splash Radio.
The time of onset of lower urinary tract symptoms varies depending, in part, on the severity and chronicity of ketamine use; however, it is unclear whether the severity and chronicity of ketamine use corresponds linearly to the presentation of these symptoms. All reported cases where the user consumed greater than 5 g/day reported symptoms of the lower urinary tract.  Urinary tract symptoms appear to be most common in daily ketamine users who have used the drug recreationally for an extended period of time.  These symptoms have presented in only one case of medical use of ketamine. However, following dose reduction, the symptoms remitted.