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Contact: Anne Storey

Tel: 0300 999 5090

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The Greater London support group holds four meetings a year at venues in Central London. Each venue will be within easy walking distance of a mainline train station. Each meeting has an expert speaker on a relevant area of interest, followed by networking and the opportunity to meet and share experiences with others.The group is open to anyone with PMR and/or GCA, friends, family and anyone who is interested in finding out more.

There is no formal membership for the group, but a small donation is suggested if you would like to attend.

londonpmrgcauk@gmail.com

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Barnet Meet Up - June 2019

Mon 3 Jun 2019
Cockfosters Bowling Club, Chalk Lane, Cockfosters, EN4 9JG

High Wycombe Meet Up - June 2019

Wed 19 Jun 2019
Teenage Room (1st floor), Wycombe Library, Eden Centre, 5 Eden Place, High Wycombe, Bucks, HP11 2DH

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London Meet up - April 2018

When: Monday 23 April 2018, 13:00 – 16:00

SpeakerDr Margaret Callan is a Consultant Rheumatologist at Chelsea & Westminster Hospital and also an Honorary Principal Research Fellow, Head of Immunology Teaching for Pathology Course and a member of the Joint Research Committee at Imperial College London. Her specialist interests are in inflammatory arthritis and osteoporosis. Professor Callan is the author of more than 40 original publications, reviews and book chapters. She is the editor of 'The Rheumatology Handbook'. 

She spoke about the drug Methotrexate and the possible link between Vasculitis and PMR/GCA for us.

London support group meeting - January 2017

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Our speaker: Amanda Ursell, a leading nutritionist who regularly appears on TV and in the media.  She has commented that she been fascinated, from an early age, by how so many aspects of what we eat and drink can affect how our bodies work and how we feel from hour to hour and day to day. Almost always, changing or at least tweaking what we consume can alter a mood, a disease outcome, a frame of mind. She hopes we can explore this idea further in respect to helping the coping process when living with Polymyalgia Rheumatica and Giant Cell Arteritis. 

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