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Next BME Health Forum Quarterly Meeting

Date:  Tue 5 December 2017

Time: 12pm - 3pm

Theme: Obesity

Meeting Agenda - TBC

Venue: TBC

 ALL WELCOME but RSVP required!

More info HERE

Previous Meeting Agenda 

Notes for the 27th September meeting - coming shortly

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Tue 5th Dec 12pm - 3pm

 

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