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Please note that as there is a national shortage of Hepatitis A and Hepatitis B, we unfortunately also have very limited supplies which will soon run out. New vaccine supply might not be available till next year at the earliest so please keep that in mind before booking your travel consultation. We apologise for any inconvenience caused.
In November 2017 for his sabbatical, Dr Pascoe-Watson participated in a sponsored cycle from Vietnam to Cambodia on behalf of The Cure Parkinson's Trust Charity, to raise awareness and fundraise for this very worthy cause, joining a like-minded group of amateur cyclists now known as The Cyclopaths. Any money raised will go to the charity, Dr P-W paid his own expenses. You can find out more details by visiting The Cyclopaths page on Facebook and their blog: The Cyclopaths' Blog
If you would be kind enough to donate some money it would be very much appreciated, and you can do this via reception or via the Virgin Money Giving website below. http://virginmoneygiving.com/team/cyclopaths15
From Jim Pascoe-Watson of The Cyclopaths:
I had been inspired to participate in this amazing adventure by the great work being done by The Cure Parkinson's Trust. The courage and positivity shown by my friend Alison and numerous patients of mine over the years on being diagnosed with PD is extraordinary and humbling and I would like to contribute to the fundraising efforts currently underway to find more effective treatments and a cure for this chronic and debilitating disease. Four patients in particular have touched me over the past two years: Two who cope remarkably well with their symptoms with amazing fortitude and two who have sadly passed away within the past few months. It is in their memory and equally importantly as a tribute to their loved ones, who are under such immense stress as carers and are the unsung heroes who enable people with PD to stay at home and live fulfilling lives, that I am proud to ride with the Cyclopaths and raise as much money as possible for The Cure Parkinson's Trust. Dr Jim Pascoe-Watson You can find our fundraising page at:http://virginmoneygiving.com/team/cyclopaths15
(Site updated 14/12/2017)