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ADSHG Newsletter 127 - March 2017


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Addison's Disease Self Help Group newsletter, issue 127, March 2017

 

Welcome to the March 2017 edition of the ADSHG newsletter. This issue has exciting news about drug developments on the horizon for this year as well as discussing the potential impacts of Brexit on patients. Additionally, we look at our Group's ongoing efforts to build positive diaglogue with medics in the UK and Ireland and focus on our new website updates.

 

In this issue:

 

Page 1: Get running
AGM medical lectures and tickets

 

Page 2: From the President
About the money

 

Pages 3-4: Recent drug news
New needle-free injection device in the pipeline
Infacort update
Brexit and European Medicines Agency
Future access to orphan drugs

 

Pages 5-6: Ambulance scene
Ambulance regulator invites our input
Nursing and medical staff shortages set to increase
What's new on the ambulance scene?

 

Pages 6-7: Recent news
New website tasting menu and new Living Well dishes to try
British Society for Paediatric Endocrinology annual conference

 

Pages 8-10: Features
Coping with ... your GP practice
Famous lives: Saint Elizabeth of the Trinity

 

Pages 11-12: Personal stories
Office first aid: ADSHG videos to the resuce
Bootneck recovery
Windermere cold plunge

 

Page 13: Fundraising update

 

Pages 14-15: Social update
Gill's social corner
2017 social and medical meetings

 

Page 16: The back page
Reminders
2017 subscriptions




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The Addison’s Disease Self-Help Group is the support group for people with Addison’s disease or adrenal insufficiency and their families in the UK and Ireland.The group was formed in 1984 and is a UK registered charity no. 1106791.

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