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Switching time zones (2)
Dec 19, 2012

Many thanks for your answer and help. So,in essence, after factoring in time zones and travel I will be 11.5 hours late in taking meds in Oz on the first day I arrive. Then when returning to UK three weeks later another 11.5 hours late that day too. Am I correct now - sorry to bother you again!

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Hi and good to hear back-

Yes, you're surmised this correctly. Safe travels to you, BY



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