Is she cured?

Is she cured?

I first met Sheila in 2009. She was in her late twenties and was struggling to continue teaching in Further Education as she was still symptomatic. Sheila had travelled to south Wales from her home in the north of the Principality to receive an intravenous infusion of...

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Stalked by a Nurse

Stalked by a Nurse

Hey, come on! That has to be a great title doesn't it? And it's true. Yesterday I was in one of the large supermarkets when I noticed that a lady who must have been in her sixties was following me around and giving me furtive looks. And then, as I turned away from the...

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New Survey

New Survey

Last week I had an extremely interesting meeting with one of our members who is a Pharmacist and has offered to help us in any way that she can.  She has been digging around and has found that when Hydroxocobalamin was first licensed for use in the UK the dosing...

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The Empiricist

The Empiricist I open the door leading onto the stone steps and check that there is nobody ascending from the Reception area below or coming down from the two cells above me.  There is nobody there and I step out onto the uneven stairway and descend the thirteen steps...

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Your Stories

I have now asked members to put down on paper their stories of wrong or mis diagnosis and poor treatment.  Hopefully this will prove to be more evidence that there is an urgent need for the way in which Pernicious Anaemia is diagnosed and treated to be reviewed. Below...

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