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The weather is one of those things that is often complained about – but severe weather can have extremely serious consequences for those living with long-term, chronic or life-threatening conditions. A recent report in the Crisis Response Journal explores the issues to be considered by those who are subject to ongoing, life-saving medical support, such as regular cancer treatment or dialysis?
During these most challenging of situations it can be difficult to maintain the provision of healthcare services which can themselves be damaged. How can we make sure people are treated, supported and helped both in the immediacy of the event and in the aftermath?
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