Suffolk Chamber News
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It is thought that there is a great degree of underreporting of this disease; the World Health Organization estimates that there are approximately 200,000 cases of yellow fever per year, with 30,000 deaths.
Final Office Drinks Haverhill of 2011 will be taking place at Days Inn Haverhill on 6th December. Join us for a drink after work, a mince pie (or two) and a great networking format.
As we reported last week there is an outbreak of hepatitis A in Malaysia. There were 27 people affected. One week later there are 800 cases!
netXtra, the website company specialising in the development of online solutions for membership and not-for-profit organisations, was chosen to redesign and redevelop the National Garden Gift Voucher scheme website, which is managed by the Horticultural Trades Association (HTA).
Hepatitis A is a viral liver disease that can cause mild to severe illness.
According to the World Health Organization, the re-use of contaminated needles and inadvertent needle sticks are estimated to be responsible for more than 1.3 million deaths annually, infecting people with HIV, hepatitis B and hepatitis C.
The stocks of rabies vaccines are very, very low until next year, and the prices of vaccine has gone up by 37%, which means fewer clients chose to be vaccinated.
This year Security Foiling Limited choose Mercy Ships as their nominated charity and have just sent their first cash donation of £1,250.00 to this worthy cause.
It has been brought to our notice that there is an outbreak of Chickenpox in students at one of the language schools. This can be disastrous for teenagers during their exam years.
netXtra, the company specialising in the development of online solutions for membership and not-for-profit organisations, was the natural choice to be selected to design and build the campaigning website for The Global Girls Fund.