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Diabetes User Group Monthly Meetings

Do you want to influence decisions made about services for people living with diabetes?

Meeting: 19th June 2018

Time: 2pm - 4pm

Topic: Update on the North West London Diabetes Transformation programme and discussion of patient experiences

Speaker: Angela Caulder - NW London CCGs

Meeting Agenda: TBC

Venue: Church Street Library, 67 Church street, NW8 8EU [MAP]

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A light lunch will be available on the day.

More info: TBC

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