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Welcome November Tips for Holiday Travel & Nathan Wayne Carr HCP


Welcome November 2017

Please give a warm welcome as we have a new Greeter Nathan Wayne Carr.  Nathan is a gentle and kind man with much experience in his HCP Porphyria. 

 As we enter into busy times these next few months, make sure to slow down, rest, proper steps for nutrition & hydration.  If your traveling do you have all your medications with you in a safe place, let your friends and family know where you will travel to.

If you have an Emergency with your health do you have your ER Kit with you, a patient packet, or send your Dr an comprehensive Dr Kit?  If not and you need assistance please call the APF @~1/866/APF/3635.  

We will work with you quickly to assist you.
porphyriafoundation.org

Sit back and enjoy getting to know Mr. Carr and his experience of HCP.

 http://www.porphyriafoundation.com/about-the-apf/member-stories/nathan-wayne-carr

http://www.porphyriafoundation.com/content/nathan-wayne-carr-how-porphyria-can-get-one-feeling-low


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