Question about Blood TransfusionWhere can we obtain b12 injections?
Usually general practitioners will supervise B12 injections - often a practice nurse will give them; the GP ensuring the treatment is appropriate and monitoring the response. In certain situations a hospital specialist will have a reason to monitor the response to therapy.
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