Update on NET’s Research

Update on NET’s Research

So – we patients with full-blown Autoimmune Pernicious Anaemia stand a slightly higher chance of developing gastric cancer than the rest of the population. Doctors are not generally concerned about this as the risk is relatively low (I deal with this in my latest...

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A Step in the Right Direction

A Step in the Right Direction

A Step in the Right Direction - Update on Pilot Scheme Last week I travelled to north Wales for a meeting with one of the doctors and practice nurses of the health centre that is hoping to introduce a pilot programme that will see patients with Pernicious Anaemia...

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Thank You – from Prof. Hunter’s Research Team

Thank You – from Prof. Hunter’s Research Team

I've been asked to thank all those who volunteered to take part in Prof Hunter's Research Programme that is investigating why some patients need more frequent treatment than others. We appealed for members who manage perfectly well on the 3-month regime in the UK. We...

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Another Step Forward

Another Step Forward

You may remember me writing about a new research proposal from a team of professionals from a number of Universities and that the application process for a grant for several millions of pounds was starting. Well yesterday I saw the final grant submission - and what a...

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