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Cobalamin News Autumn 2022

Cobalamin News Autumn 2022

Cobalamin News - Pernicious Anaemia Society Newsletter Autumn 2022Contents PSP - Findings Published! PAS Online Seminar CluB-12 Symposium Update by Martyn Hooper MBE Unintended Consequences on B12 of Prescribed Medication by Dr Simon Chatfield Participants needed for...

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Cobalamin News Autumn 2022

Cobalamin News Summer 2022

Cobalamin News - Pernicious Anaemia Society Newsletter Summer 2022Contents Three Pernicious Anaemia Research Teams UPDATE on our new Survey to start a PA Biobank Pernicious Anaemia Research Update Personal Stories: Amanda UPDATE on PhD studentship Prescription Charges...

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Cobalamin News Autumn 2022

Cobalamin News Spring 2022

Cobalamin News - Pernicious Anaemia Society Newsletter Spring 2022Contents Take part: A new Survey to start a Pernicious Anaemia biobank PhD studentship researching the treatment and management of Pernicious Anaemia Pernicious Anaemia Research Update Our continuing...

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Cobalamin News Autumn 2022

Cobalamin News Winter 2021

Cobalamin News - Pernicious Anaemia Society Newsletter Winter 2021Contents The results are in! We have the Top 10 Pernicious Anaemia Research Priorities Seminar for researchers Chairman’s Annual Report - 2021 New Pernicious Anaemia Research Programme COVID-19 and...

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Cobalamin News Autumn 2022

Cobalamin News Autumn 2021

Cobalamin News - Pernicious Anaemia Society Newsletter Autumn 2021Contents Pick YOUR Top 10 PA Research Priorities NICE Guideline Update Prescription Charges Coalition Opposes Changes to Free Prescription Age in England A word from the Chair - the coming months An...

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Cobalamin News Autumn 2022

Cobalamin News Summer 2021

Cobalamin News - Pernicious Anaemia Society Newsletter Summer 2021Contents NICE Guideline Update James Lind Alliance Priority Setting Partnership Update Pernicious Anaemia Society – my perspective by Karyl Carter CluB12 News Better Treatment Functional Outcome Score...

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