New Research Study for Members: Managing Pernicious Anaemia; Patient experience
We are delighted to announce that the founder and current chairman of the PAS has been made a Member of the Order of the British Empire – MBE. The award comes about after Martyn was nominated by one or more members of the society over the past few years. He has been...
We’ve done it! We’ve uploaded most of the Conference Presentations. We’ll be making these available in the next few days. By clicking on the buttons below you'll be able to view the first four presentations of the conference. The Presentations are free of charge to...
The conference has been voted a huge success; not only by those who attended as patients but also by the medical professionals and other scientists who were there. Last Saturday, the tenth anniversary of the society being entered in the Charity Commission’s Register....
The office has been flooded. Running from left to right, in the centre of the space a whole row of the ceiling tiles have fallen to the ground due to the weight of water that was cascading from a crack in the roof. Half of the carpet tiles are completely sodden, two...
We’ve been getting quite a few telephone calls about the conference in Birmingham on the 10th December. As you will see, the conference is a sell out with the last tickets being snatched up over three weeks ago. The telephone callers want to know one of two things....
The Pernicious Anaemia Society
Level 4, Brackla House
Brackla Street, Bridgend
CF31 1BZ U.K.
+44 (0)1656 769 717
New Research Study for Members:
Managing Pernicious Anaemia: Patient experience; Research Study about patient’s experiences of living with Pernicious Anaemia
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New Research Survey for Members:
For a PhD student working on how PA affects people’s lives:
Investigating illness severity and health-related quality of life in patients diagnosed with Pernicious Anaemia
Login and take the survey via the link on the Member Homepage
Did you know ?
Of patients waited 5 years or more for diagnosis
Of patients were initially misdiagnosed