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ADSHG Newsletter 120 - June 2015


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Addison's Disease Self Help Group newsletter, issue 120, June 2015

 

Welcome to the summer 2015 newsletter. This issue takes an optimistic punt on the British weather – or our members’ overseas travel plans – and is packed full with hot weather and travel advice. You can find out how expert traveller Nathan Gafuik, the Canadian gymnast with Addison’s, handles long haul flights when he travels to international competitions, on page 5. And you can discover how ADSHG trustee Andrew is adapting to life in colourful, crowded, humid Bangkok. Ex-pat ADSHG member Yvonne explains how she survives in the searing Australian summers.

 

Page 1: Front page
Will this be the barbecue summer?
Direct debit paper mandates
Thai and Arabic emergency treatment translations

 

Page 2: From the President
About the money

 

Page 3: ADSHG video appeal
Self-stabbing for beginners: a how-to guide
Further Efcortesol delay

 

Pages 4-7: Travel with Addison's
Handling the heat at home and abroad
Nathan Gafuik: travelling the world
Bangkok life
Ten tip on how to manage your Addison's while on the road in Thailand
Thailand travel tips: the doctor's view
Holiday reminders

 

Pages 8-9: Nursing awareness
Addison's on the Northumbria curriculum

 

Pages 10-11: Around the group
Have you fallen off the list?
Ambulance registration in the south west
Genetic research: give blood
Never Events framework 2015
The true cost of prescriptions
Is your Medic Exempt still valid?

 

Page 12: Personal experience
Our first emergency injection

 

Page 13: Fundraising reports
Ian's £undraising bit
Wibbly Wobbly Webby

 

Pages 14-15: Social reports
Jan's social corner
2015 social & medical meetings

 

Page 16: Back page
Reminders
2015 subscription rates




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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. 1179825.

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