The Pernicious Anaemia Society Conference

December 10th 2016 in Birmingham

 

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Pernicious Anaemia & B12 Deficiency

B12 Deficiency and Pernicious Anaemia

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What is Pernicious Anaemia and what does it do?

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Pernicious Anaemia & B12 Deficiency

B12 Deficiency and Pernicious Anaemia

What is the difference?

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Conference Update

Conference Update

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....

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Students and Pernicious Anaemia

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Yesterday I visited a young lady (18) who was diagnosed with Pernicious Anaemia in June, just days after she completed her A-Levels. She had been ill for over a year and had really struggled with her studies leading up to the exams. She’s still coming to terms with...

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Of patients waited 5 years or more for diagnosis

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Of patients were initially misdiagnosed

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Of patients are unhappy with their treatment

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