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info@theforburyclinic.co.uk

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Recently the use of vaccine / immunostimulation in patients with recurrent infections has become more popular.  The science behind this won a Nobel Prize for medicine in 2010 and has been very popular on the continent although very few trials have been performed to date.  

 

At Reading the first randomised controlled trial in the use of vaccines for urinary tract infections is currently underway.  It is a two-year trial so we await those results.

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PHONE:      

0118 920 7040

 

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0118 920 7041

 

EMAIL:          

info@theforburyclinic.co.uk

 

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11, Kendrick Road, Reading, Berkshire

RG1 5DU

(NB Primary site of work and location of admin & nursing team)

 

APPOINTMENTS:

 

Daily appointments:

11 Kendrick Road, Reading, Berkshire

 

Weekly appointments:

10 Harley Street, London

 

Please just call us and we will let you know all our available times.

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The vaccine has been used in a number of patients on a named-patient basis and a recent publication in the British Journal of Urology (please click on the box below to follow a link to the publication).

 

This research data suggests a 70-80% reduction in infections in a one-year period for patients who have tried all other treatments, and is looking very promising.

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