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17-06-2001
Airlines ?Are Risking Ruin Over Health?
Airlines have been warned that they could become the ?tobacco companies of the future? facing billions of pounds of law-suits over passenger health.

Farrol Kahn, director of the Aviation Health Institute, accused them of being in a state of denial?
17-06-2001
How a Blood Clot Changed my Life
Recent news stories about long-haul air travel have highlighted the dangers of deep vein thrombosis (DVT). But, as our case history shows, it is not just travellers who are at risk.

Two years ago Libby Giddens, now 32, woke to find her leg swollen?
11-06-2001
Airlines Refuse to Help Research on Killer Blood Clots
Airlines are refusing to assist research into "economy class syndrome" and are failing to offer travellers sufficient warning about the potentially fatal condition of blood clots, according to scientists.

Researchers from Britain, Australia and th?
10-06-2001
Top Airlines Snub Blood Clot Probe
British Airways and other leading airlines refused to take part in medical studies to examine the deadly risk of blood clots during long-haul flights, Panorama reveals tonight.

Five scientists made separate requests to airlines between 1992 and 19?
10-06-2001
Sunday Express?Opinion
Put lives before profits

Flying is a very safe business but in recent years concern has been growing about the effect of long-haul flights. Passengers have suffered fatal blood clots after being cramped in seats for too many hours. Scientists beli?
11-05-2001
Older air passengers at risk of fatal blood clots
Up to one in ten older airline passengers on long distance flights may be at risk of potentially fatal blood clots, dubbed economy class syndrome, according to a clinical trial carried out by John Scurr, consultant vascular surgeon.

Researchers fr?


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