Last Friday we delivered the 45 frozen Urine Samples to the laboratory in Milton Keynes as part of the research programme that is investigating why some patients need more frequent injections than others. The urine samples, which were transported in dry ice, are from...
An opportunity for you to participate in an online study that focuses on exploring the symptoms of Pernicious Anaemia. Aim of the study To establish how (and if) physical and psychological symptoms of the condition change over the 12-week treatment period....
We recently reported that the molecular analysis of the stool samples taken from those patients who need more frequent injections differed from those who manage perfectly well on one injection every three months. We also stated that the bacteria analysis was due any...
The research programme investigating why some patients need more frequent injections of B12 than others is now coming to its conclusion. The faecal samples kindly provided by volunteer participants have been divided into three separate groups....
Here’s a new opportunity to participate in a new research study exploring what it’s like to live and cope with Pernicious Anaemia. The research aims to explore the coping strategies of managing pernicious anaemia through the lived experiences of those diagnosed. The...
The Pernicious Anaemia Society
Level 4, Brackla House
Brackla Street, Bridgend
CF31 1BZ U.K.
+44 (0)1656 769 717
Did you know ?
Of patients waited 5 years or more for diagnosis
Of patients were initially misdiagnosed