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Cancer Treatment During the Covid 19 Crisis

According to the charity Macmillan, in 2015 there were an estimated 2.5 million people in the United Kingdom living with cancer. While the COVID 19 crisis, which does not discriminate between sick and healthy, rich and poor, or increasingly between young and old, the treatment of otherwise healthy individuals must take priority, we should not Read More

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A Chinese Doctor’s Message to the World

Dear Friends My name is Rosalee and I am a Chinese doctor who trained with INPP. I want to share something with all of the INPP family, who can read this letter. Last December and this January, we heard that a new type of pneumonia could be found in Wuhan, Hubei, China. We knew that Read More

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INPP’s response to Coronavirus situation

In these difficult times, INPP is continuing to provide online consultations. For information, please visit www.inpp.org.uk or send an email to mail@inpp.org.uk.

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Grandma’s Covid 19 Notebook Week 1 This sudden change in the ways that we will have to live our lives brings enormous challenges to us all.  The adaptations needed are no respecter of age, income, or culture.  All of us will have to make changes, beginning with children at home. While the internet and visual Read More

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