Jeremy Osei

Group B meningococcal (MenB) Young child 3-5 Amputations
Jeremy Osei
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After being unwell with fever and vomiting for only one day, Jeremy was diagnosed with meningococcal septicaemia on the 26 of January 2017. He was only five years old.

He lost both legs (above knee) and right arm (through elbow) to meningitis.

Hambell Domfeh
April 2021

Detailed information about the after effects of meningitis

Many of the after effects of meningitis aren't immediately obvious. In this blog, Support Manager Cat explains how we can help.
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They listen to the issues faced by someone struggling with the impact of meningitis, and provide detailed information and support.
Membership and support

The MRF Membership and Support team are here for you for any questions you might have about meningitis and septicaemia and their effects on you, or your family and friends.

Tel: Helpline UK 080 8800 3344 Ireland 1800 41 33 44
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