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    The shop can now be found via the main Sepsis Trust web site at https://sepsistrust.org/shop/ Still full of great items and all for a great cause - enjoy
  2. Anne Mutlow from the UK Sepsis Trust has replied - Hello Brian, Thank you for telling us your story, -would you like us to put a full story on our website page? There is certainly a lesson there that others can learn from. If you would like to talk to one of our support team about your recovery, do give us a call or email us and we will arrange for you to chat to one of the team, otherwise you seem to be doing the right things and listening to your body so keep it up
  3. Thanks so much for sharing your experiences and I'm sure you will get lots of support here from professionals and other survivors. Just to help, I've added a PDF version here as well Evergreen.pdf
  4. You can even accept Worcester "Massachusetts" or Worcester "Australia" !! Any angle. It's a game (winner)
  5. Thanks Dave - great to get this in the program - well done - just a shame its only up for a few more days
  6. Hi Dave. Thanks for posting Is this a link to the whole program? If so, how far in is your interview? Thanks
  7. Well From recent experience, the BBC (and other networks no doubt) are a little protective of their radio and TV interviews and prefer not to allow their material to be recorded, edited or shared on public sites - like this one! Even though the material is fundamentally Public Domain - and we give those interviews freely just to raise awareness - it is impossible to preserve and publicise these amazing and critical Sepsis information "soundbites" to the wider public, on a permanent basis. This has to change... The "Listening Project" on Radio 4,offers an opportunity for anyone to "
  8. Hi Dave. Thanks for the post and sure it will be a great presentation. No doubt there will be lots of questions! You obviously have a story to tell and wish you well. Let us know how you get on and maybe you can share the highlights.
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  10. Mmmmm ... Westminster to Paris - so who wants to join the Sepsis Peloton?
  11. What is sepsis? Sepsis is a life threatening condition that arises when the body’s response to an infection injures its own tissues and organs. Sepsis leads to shock, multiple organ failure and death especially if not recognized early and treated promptly. Sepsis is caused by the way the body responds to germs, such as bacteria, getting into your body. The infection may have started anywhere in a sufferer’s body, and may be only in one part of the body or it may be widespread. Sepsis can occur following chest or water infections, problems in the abdomen like burst ulcers, or simple skin in
  12. At the UK Sepsis Trust, we recognise the scale and significance of the impact of severe sepsis on sufferers and their families. Although many patients return to a normal life, those who survive the condition may experience longstanding physical effects, and some suffer from psychological difficulties resulting from their prolonged illness. We aim, through effort and through our status as a registered charity, to: Provide support to patients and their relatives, including those bereaved by sepsis, through the provision of accessible information and the development of support networks Rais
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