He reassured me I wouldn't but explained that I needed urgent treatment at the Hospital for Tropical Diseases in London.
What does HTD stand for?
HTD stands for Hospital for Tropical Diseases (UK)
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We have 45 other meanings of HTD in our Acronym Attic
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- Hope to do Business Again
Samples in periodicals archive:
She died at London's Hospital for Tropical Diseases after she suffered a dog bite while holidaying in south-east Asia.
The woman with rabies is now being treated at London's Hospital for Tropical Diseases, which has reassured patients, visitors and staff there is no risk to them as a result of the case.
Her treatment included a spell in intensive care at University College London Hospital, home to the Hospital for Tropical Diseases.
Cheryl was later transferred to the Hospital For Tropical Diseases specialist unit at central London's University College Hospital.
The X Factor star was treated at the Hospital for Tropical Diseases based at University College London Hospital after she contracted malaria.
She was treated at London's Hospital for Tropical Diseases, where she complained of headaches and sickness and spent three days in intensive care fighting the potentially fatal illness.
The singer was treated in intensive care at University College London Hospital, home to the Hospital for Tropical Diseases, but on Friday was considered well enough to be transferred to a private clinic to continue her recovery.