“G.P had diagnosed her with major depressive disorder,she felt suicidal , breathless and headaches , he gave her anti depressants, he then informed her she needed specialist help , he has passed her to a psychiatrist,she went for a medical again last week,she has been told she no longer has to get sick notes anymore she is now classed as long term sick [OTHER PERSONAL DETAILS ABOUT ANOTHER FAMILY MEMBER]…She suffers with forgetfulness and has to create a strategy to deal with her cognitive deficit. She describes the fact that there were fumes in the aircraft cabin and there was residue on their cases and on their clothes”.
UK airline passenger suffering with cognitive defects following fume exposure on aircraftLast updated 1 January 2010
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