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PCD Family Support Group UK
The PCD Family Support Group UK is a charitable organisation supporting individuals and families with Primary Ciliary Dyskinesia - a rare genetic lung condition
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PCD Family Support Group UK 8h
Replying to @David43783648
Yes there are different flu vaccines for over 65s. Strange that your GP doesn't have any available for under 65s already. I would call and ask if you haven't done so already
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PCD Family Support Group UK 16h
If you have PCD, you should be able to get your flu jab at the same time as the over 65s as you are in the vulnerable bracket. I would call your GP and check if there are any available for you asap! I () have mine booked in on Saturday.
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European Lung Foundation 17h
Have you seen that we are now on Instagram? Thanks to everyone who has followed us since we recently launched the channel! If you haven’t already, please follow us to see more content 👇👇
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PCD Family Support Group UK 16h
Have you had your flu jab yet?
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PCD Family Support Group UK 19h
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Fiona Copeland 19h
Are you a respiratory physician? Can you help with a 'Deep Dive' into the Respiratory Medicine Pharmagenomics for the Joint working party for the @britishpharmacologic and
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PCD Family Support Group UK 23h
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Today, explains why it is important to be seen by a PCD specialist. Get in touch: chair@pcdsupport.org.uk (2/2)
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PCD Family Support Group UK 23h
Did you know there are four National PCD Management Centres in the UK? Today, explains why it is important to be seen by a PCD specialist. (1/2)
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Smile E Turtle Oct 25
PCD Smiles is proud to present the PCD Artist Project. Each day we will be sharing a new piece of art. We would like to thank all the artists who have graciously participated in this year’s exhibit! Read more...
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PCD Family Support Group UK Oct 25
Replying to @PCD_UK
Today, is focusing on the support you may be entitled to whilst at university. Got questions? Email us at chair@pcdsupport.org.uk (3/3)
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PCD Family Support Group UK Oct 25
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Today, is focusing on the support you may be entitled to whilst at university. Got questions? Email us at chair@pcdsupport.org.uk (2/3)
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PCD Family Support Group UK Oct 25
Today, is focusing on the support you may be entitled to whilst at university. Got questions? Email us at chair@pcdsupport.org.uk (1/3)
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PCD Family Support Group UK Oct 24
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PCD Family Support Group UK Oct 24
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PCD Family Support Group UK Oct 24
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Quality of Life Questionnaire: Join us at the next PCD Live on 29th October!: (3/4)
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PCD Family Support Group UK Oct 24
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PCD Family Support Group UK Oct 24
Today's theme is research. Research is vital for the improvement of diagnostics and care. Patient involvement is crucial so what are you waiting for? Get involved now!! (1/4)
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Smile E Turtle Oct 23
PCD Smiles is proud to present the PCD Artist Project. Each day we will be sharing a new piece of art. We would like to thank all the artists who have graciously participated in this year’s exhibit! Read more...
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SHIELDUS CIC Oct 23
Free webinar on mental health care specifically for shielding, a message from Adam: 👇
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Cambridge Rare Disease Network Oct 23
How do lungs become scarred? How do we prevent it from happening? Questions patients with desperately need answers to. Dr clinical scientist shares her insights from rare research at . Get free tickets
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