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01-10-2002
Latest DVT Incident - 74th DEATH
A very fit, 52-year-old male died of DVT after what was to be a four-month holiday of a lifetime with his wife.

They flew economy class with BA with stop overs in Hong Kong, Australia and South Africa.They had a very uncomfortable trip with lots?
26-09-2002
Travel-Related Illness to Update Doctors
Swansea doctors have been invited to learn about the dangers of deep vein thrombosis at a special lecture in memory of a city victim. And the parents of the gifted 23-year old former Cefn Hengoed Comprehensive School pupil are appealing for anyone w?
22-09-2002
Families want DVT charges
Fifteen families whose loved ones died from blood clots following flights are calling for airline bosses to be prosecuted for corporate manslaughter. They have asked nine police chiefs nationwide to investigate the deaths from deep vein thrombosis, ?
15-09-2002
Now charter airlines face legal action over DVT
Leading UK charter airlines Britannia, JMC and MyTravel have joined British Airways and Virgin Atlantic on a list of carriers that will be cited when the first major group legal action in the UK over deep vein thrombosis comes to court in November, w?
07-09-2002
The DVT
As they face landmark legal action, airlines are accused of ignoring blood clot threat for 30 years. Airlines were last night accused of covering up the link between flying and the risk of potentially fatal blood clots.

The carriers are facing a l?
29-08-2002
GPs put on alert as malaria strikes Heathrow worker
Doctors across Britain were last night waned to be vigilant for a malaria outbreak after at least one person was infected by a mosquito from abroad. Public health officials say the patient, who works at Heathrow Airport, has not recently travelled a?


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