with you on your PH journey
For some people with pulmonary hypertension, continuing to work can be difficult – but it’s not always an easy decision to leave.
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Tess Jewson always wanted to have a career as a trumpet player, but after being diagnosed with PH, she focused on a different – and successful – iteration of her musical dream.
Susan Spash, a partner in an accounting, tax and advisory practice, has been living with pulmonary hypertension for 16 years and continues to work full time. These are her experiences.
Julie Royle, who was diagnosed with Pulmonary Hypertension in 2012, explains to Iain Armstrong, Chair of PHA UK, why it was such a difficult decision to stop work.
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