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had my pip review medical on 13th march at Newcastle sent my review form back 5th jan, pip was awarded until jan 2020 at standard rate for both. had 10 points for mobility and 8 for care awarded transferring from dla to pip without mr or tribunal. very small assessment centre about 10 metre walk from my brothers car to waiting room about 3 metres from waiting room to nurses room. nurse was very nice listened to what I had to say examined my medication in its box divided into 4 times of day, very brief medical then walked me back to my brothers car. I don't drive due to my illness I have epilepsy grand mal and clonic tonic angina tinnitus hearing lose copd and a bad right knee. I have worked all my life I am now 58 and had to stop work in 2015 when I was told I had epilepsy worked as a systems analyst have been given higher rate of mobility and standard rate of care until 2023 take 26 tablets a day not including pain killers
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