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Travelling in a Wheelchair: A patients' story

Wheelchair travel by land, sea and sky; easier would it be that a camel pass through a needle’s eye. The holiday companies cheerily name themselves ‘Accessible Travel’ and ‘Can Be Done’ to tempt the disabled traveller, and, to be true, they do provide an exceptional service. Beyond their control, however, are the planes, trains and boats where wheelchairs are not welcome.

Inaugural Launch of Manchester ECMM Excellence Centre (ECMM EC)

The European Confederation of Medical Mycology (ECMM) is the overarching organisation of the National Medical Mycology Societies in Europe, whose purpose is the rendering of support to science and research, the international coordination of scientific and clinical activities, the organisation of mycological conventions, and of training programmes. The ECMM works towards the unification of all European scientists interested medical is

We Only Sing When We're Wheezing!

Singing carols at Christmas is a pleasure enjoyed by many, but singing of all kinds can be a health boon too – especially when it comes to lung disease. As well as improving morale and ‘feel good factor’ singing regularly as part of an organised group can have a range of positive effects brought about by better breath control and better posture


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