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  • Tremendous benefit

    29 JAN 2000

    SIR, The article by Ian Taylor recalling his national service days in Aden ( PJ , December 18/25, 1999, p1018 ) brought back many happy memories, not least of which was our meeting when Ian first arrived in the Protectorate. We...

  • Travel medicine (2) Travellers' diarrhoea download

    The Pharmaceutical Journal, February 2010

    Montezuma’s Revenge, Aden Gut, Basra Belly . . . there is an almost endless list of names used to describe the syndrome referred to as travellers’ diarrhoea (TD). by Larry Goodyer Montezuma’s Revenge,...

  • How THET and Comic Relief have helped support healthcare in Somaliland

    16 MAY 2012

    Within the first year the RDF banked $46,000, which was used to purchase further supplies of drugs. Key challenges in these early days were to encourage the clinicians to make...

  • Obituaries and tributes (23 July 2005)

    The Pharmaceutical Journal, July 2005

    Spiero On 5 May, Simon Spiero, MRPharmS, of 5 Ten Acre Court, Ringley Road, Whitefield, Manchester M45 7JH. Mr Spiero registered in 1947. Tribute Norman In a tribute to the late Charles Terence Norman ( PJ , 2...

  • Predecessor on board

    29 JAN 2000

    SIR, Like Malcolm Almond ( PJ , December 18/25 1999, p1000 ) I, too, had one of the plum National Service postings - staff sergeant pharmacist on the SS Oxfordshire. In fact I was one of his predecessors, as I was on board in...

  • Curing the king’s evil with a royal touch

    30 JUN 2010

    His Majestie began first to Touch for the Evil according to costome: Thus, his Majestie sitting under his State in the Banqueting house: The Chirurgeons cause the sick to be brought or led up to the...