Living with Hughes Syndrome

Living with Hughes Syndrome

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Hughes Syndrome, also known as Sticky Blood, as identified in the 1980s and it is estimated that it affects more than one in a hundred people worldwide. It is an auto-immune disease in which the blood has a tendency to thicken and clot causing deep vein thrombosis (economy class syndrome), stroke, recurrent miscarriage, migraine and many other conditions. When correctly diagnosed, it can be easily treated making this book essential for anyone who suspects that their symptoms may be caused by sticky blood.
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  • Paperback | 128 pages
  • 138 x 216mm | 140g
  • SHELDON PRESS
  • United Kingdom
  • 085969884X
  • 9780859698849

About Triona Holden

Triona Holden is a journalist and broadcaster who has worked mainly for the BBC. As well as reporting on wars, famines and disasters, she has presented major news programmes including Today and The Six O'Clock News. She is patron of the Hughes Syndrome Foundation and lives in London.
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