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    11 Oct 2014
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    What is a desmoid tumour? Desmoids are benign (non-cancerous) tumours/lumps that are seen fairly frequently in patients with familial adenomatous polyposis (FAP). Up to 15% of patients with FAP develop a...
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    30 Aug 2013
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    It was a cold January evening spent having a few glasses of wine amongst our good friends when it was suggested that we embark on a bit of a fitness campaign...
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    22 Jul 2012
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    New eating habits: ‘Drink your food and chew your drink’  (Macedonian saying) Changing eating habits can aid absorption of vital vitamins, minerals and compounds as well as enable the body to...
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    26 Jul 2012
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    On Saturday 30th June up at Rileys snooker club in Harlow, i arranged a charity pool event in aid of PolyPeople. I turned up at 10am knowing full well it would...
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    22 Jul 2012
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    Chris Evans visited St. Mark’s Hospital in Harrow on The One Show to highlight the dangers of Bowel Cancer and Cancerous Polyps. Chris goes on to talk about how if, not found early, the...
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    22 Jul 2012
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    On October 1 2011 PolyPeople set out on the annual bike ride fund raiser. Easy Rider-alias Martin, Rough Rider alias Mike and myself The Hoff, set of from Hertford a little...
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Who are we?

An support group who provide support and information to anyone whose lives are or have been affected by Familial Adenomatous Polyposis and Gardner’s Syndrome (FAP) plus Peutz Jegher’s Syndrome, Juvenile Polyposis and MYH (Mut Y Homolog) whether patient, family, friend.

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