Pernicious Anaemia Top 10

  1. Can a more reliable and accurate test be developed to diagnose Pernicious Anaemia?
  2. Does an individual’s need for B12 treatment change over time or with life circumstances? What factors might affect this day to day (e.g. stress and exercise) and over a lifespan (e.g. aging, menopause)?
  3. What are the safest and most effective ways to give B12 to people with Pernicious Anaemia, tablets, sprays or injections, or a combination? Can better ways be developed?
  4. Why do some health professionals fail to take Pernicious Anaemia seriously? How can this be addressed beyond improving awareness and knowledge of Pernicious Anaemia?
  5. If the frequency, dose and timing of B12 injections were tailored to the individual and their symptoms, would this improve the health of people with Pernicious Anaemia?
  6. Why do people with Pernicious Anaemia need B12 injections at different time intervals?
  7. Why do some people with Pernicious Anaemia still experience symptoms after treatment with B12?
  8. If people with Pernicious Anaemia do not receive B12 treatment according to their needs, does this cause harm or irreversible damage?
  9. What should be included in a long-term, comprehensive treatment and care plan for people with Pernicious Anaemia?
  10. Is Pernicious Anaemia linked to other health conditions, in particular autoimmune conditions or digestive problems? Is there a common cause?