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20-02-2001
Travel insurer pays passengers to sue airlines on DVT
Club Direct has included a provision which pays legal costs of up to ?25,000 for passengers or their relatives to take legal action against airlines in the event of death or injury due to DVT. The company has several hundred thousand policy holders.??
30-01-2001
International research on DVT danger
At a summit in Frankfurt on the economy class syndrome, it was agreed to carry out an international research programme with 2000 passengers.

John Scurr, senior consultant vascular surgeon who organised the meeting attended by airline doctors said ?
29-01-2001
How DVT cost advertising boss his career after a Concorde flight.
Chris Jones, 45, has quit J. Walter Thompson after being stricken by deep vein thrombosis from which he almost died.

After a Concorde flight from New York, he took a connecting flight from Heathrow to Geneva but had to disembark in a wheelchair be?
28-01-2001
Public Inquiry into Air-related DVT
A call for the inquiry will be held on March 28th, 2 pm at Portcullis House, at the House of Commons. The event is organised by Dr Ian Gibson M.P. and will be the first public forum for relatives of victims and sufferers.??
28-01-2001
Call For A Public Inquiry Into Air Related DVT
PORTCULLIS HOUSE, HOUSE OF COMMONS, WESTMINSTER, 28th MARCH 2001

The event was chaired by Dr Ian Gibson, MP and supported by John Smith, MP. A statement was issued in which they would contact the UK Government ?
24-01-2001
Labour ignored my flight health warning
The former Labour minister, Lord Donoughue, has accused the government of ignoring the health risks associated with flying, because of its relationship with the airline industry.

Lord Donoughue claims he asked the Department of Transport to resear?


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