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09-05-2002
Stop the DVT Deaths Campaign
PRESS RELEASES: The Oxford based Aviation Health Institute (AHI) will launch its survey of deaths caused by Air related Deep Vein Thrombosis at a Press Conference to be held at Westminster House, Room E, 7 Millbank at 4pm on Thursday 9 May 200?
09-05-2002
Survey: Air Related DVT Deaths
The Oxford based Aviation Health Institute (AHI) will launch its survey of deaths caused by Air related Deep Vein Thrombosis at a Press Conference to be held at Westminster House, Room E, 7 Millbank at 4pm on Thursday 9 May 2002. The Conference will?
09-05-2002
Varda Meeting London 9th May
The Oxford based Aviation Health Institute (AHI) will launch its survey of deaths caused by Air related Deep Vein Thrombosis at a Press Conference to be held at Westminster House, Room E, 7 Millbank at 4pm on Thursday 9 May 2002. The Conference will?
01-05-2002
AIR TRAVEL & DVT
Aviation Health Institute – SURVEY INTO AIR RELATED DVT DEATHS
– MAY 2002
20-04-2002
Cramped Seats. Now you can sue
In a survey on aircraft seating by The Daily Telegraph, published in February, more than 99 per cent of the readers who responded had flown on an aeroplane in which conditions were too cramped. More than 90 per cent felt that the legal minimum seat ?
14-04-2002
BA Hauls in Flyers to Check DVT Risk
British Airways has launched an investigation among passengers into the risks of ?economy class syndrome? on its flights. Europe?s biggest airline wants to know how many customers are taking measures to guard against developing potentially deadly bl?


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