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Member of EEAST staff shares sepsis story

To raise awareness of an illness estimated to kill 30 million people a year globally – and up to 44,000 people a year in the UK – East of England Ambulance Service NHS Trust (EEAST) is encouraging people to learn to spot the signs of sepsis – and know what to do.

As part of World Sepsis Day, EEAST staff have been sharing stories about how they have been affected by sepsis in their families.

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Source: East of England Ambulance Service NHS Trust, 13 September 2019



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