Tips for Travellers

Tips for Travellers   Travel advice from the World Federation of Hemophilia Always wear medical identification information.   Always carry your own treatment products, treatment equipment, and pharmaceutical drugs with you, as products will be different and probably very expensive in another country. Most countries also have only limited supplies and cannot be expected to give products reserved for their […]

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Travel – Focus On – Brighton

Brighton’s Gay Scene At the end of the eighteenth century Brighton attracted the interests of many men due to the huge numbers of soldiers based in and around the once small fishing town, during the Napoleonic wars. These men faced great hostility, as well as risking their lives, with numerous documented examples of brutality for those seeking same sex interactions. […]

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Travel – Focus On – Manchester

Manchester’s Gay Scene Canal Street During the construction of the Rochdale Canal in 1804, Canal Street was built as part of the developing industrial area with cotton factories dominating its surroundings. Public houses and various other businesses were established to supply the needs of those working in the factories and the canal. It wasn’t until the 20th century when the […]

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Your Checklist

  We have put together a few things for you to remember.   Ensure your Haemophilia Centre has your correct personal details, including contact details   Change of GP details, if visiting other parts of the UK, or relocating   If travelling outside of the UK, ensure you have an up to date Customs letter from your Haemophilia Centre   […]

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