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  1. Thanks for taking the time to visit my Blog for the 2016 version of the annual Cycle-a-thon for The UK Sepsis Trust Firstly and most importantly - you can donate on our Just Giving page here or text TSOL66 £5 to 70070 or any other £amount. From my JG page - the intro is below. All other updates from me and the team will be blogged here. The Glory List - Team Sollis Brad Sollis, Antony Georgiou, James Ball, Jack Dodd Mikey Smith, Ollie Lane, Luke Shelley, Ben Schulze Jack Wakelin, Lee Wade, Andy Bolt Julian Hull, Dean Snowdon, Andy Groves, Phil Cawkwell Gerry Richards, Nick Smi
  2. Today I am putting final touches to my talk. I have been invited to be guest speaker at an event in the Guildhall London. I will be giving a talk to a group of police officers on overcoming adversity. I also hope to raise awareness of Sepsis.
  3. Well It's a start Full story may follow Thanks to You.pdf
  4. If you missed this campaign then you must have been on some other planet! It is possible (I missed the whole Beijing Olympics ...) so if you want to catch up and see how the 2014 Kiss campaign went, it's all here.
  5. A remarkable story - http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-2644031/I-never-going-sit-wheelchair-day-Meet-talented-quadruple-amputee-pursuing-passion-dance.html
  6. Saw this on line - Heart attack victim - so sad but so real.
  7. 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
  8. 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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