Research Articles

Help improve the diagnosis

Help improve the diagnosis

We know that there are serious problems with the diagnosis of Vitamin B12 Deficiency in general and Pernicious Anaemia in particular. And the new Guidelines from the British Committee for Standards in Haematology acknowledge these shortcomings and point out that the...

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New Research Project – Diet and Autoimmune Diseases

New Research Project – Diet and Autoimmune Diseases

You may remember that we reported an interesting research project that was in the very first stages of development. Well, we’ve just been told that the two researchers who we met with in London have been successful in their application for funding and the research...

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A new opportunity to participate in a research project

A new opportunity to participate in a research project

Here’s a new opportunity to participate in a new research project that is looking at the experiences of receiving a diagnosis of Pernicious Anaemia. This new project will look at the experience of patients in getting diagnosed and treated, and how health professionals...

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Help improve the diagnosis

Another Research Proposal

Do you remember a few months ago I told you about a letter written to a Gastroenterology Journal by Prof. Mark Pritchard (and me – but I didn’t really contribute much) about Gastric Cancer and Pernicious Anaemia? Well there were a number of responses and now, out of...

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A big step forward in research

A big step forward in research

We have now seen the final Application for a multi-million-pound grant to investigate why some patients with Pernicious Anaemia feel no benefit from their replacement therapy injections and why some need very high doses of the vitamin to feel well.

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Chairman’s Recent Blog

Chairman’s Recent Blog

Thank you to all of you who responded so positively to the recent request by Martyn Hooper, the current Chairman of the Society for members who manage perfectly well on three monthly injections. Some of the responses have worried us however as several people mention...

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