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New calendar is a life-saver, says National Mobile Windscreens

The new 2012 desk and wall calendars from Bristol-based National Mobile Windscreens will help to combat meningitis and septicaemia which kill more than 300 people every year in the UK.

The latest edition comes with a symptoms card which identifies the vital danger signs of the disease which affects 3,400 people in the UK and can kill within hours.

The new calendar is being distributed just when cases of deadly bacterial meningitis start to peak during the winter months. The symptoms card will reach more than 15,000 clients.

Martyn Bennett, Sales and Marketing Director of National Mobile Windscreens said: “Meningitis research has been our chosen charity for over 20 years and we have helped to raise thousands of pounds toward research into this deadly disease.

“We are featuring the symptoms card as part of our campaign to raise awareness of the disease and the vital work undertaken by the Meningitis Research Foundation.

“Our objective is to ensure that the symptoms card is always readily available. This could assist early diagnosis and help to save lives.”
 



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