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B12 Deficiency Debated in Scottish Parliament

Discussion in 'Detox: Methylation; B12; Glutathione; Chelation' started by aprilk1869, Mar 12, 2012.

  1. aprilk1869

    aprilk1869 Senior Member

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    The other day B12 and Pernicious Anaemia were debated in Scottish Parliament. Basically they all agree that guidelines need to be updated, that patients need to be treated on a more individual basis, better testing needs to be implemented (active B12 test) and IT needs to be improved so that B12 deficiency will show up based on symptoms.

    They're also confused as to why injections went from being every month, to every two months and now every three months. There didn't seems to be any explanation for these changes.

    One of the MSPs said his wife was diagnosed with MS and eventually got the diagnosis of Pernicious Anaemia.

    You can view the hour-long debate at the following link. I don't know if people outside of the UK will be able to watch it however if there are problems, try http://hidemyass.com/ and select the UK from the server setting in advanced options.

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/democracylive/hi/scotland/newsid_9702000/9702406.stm
     

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