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Prof Hines and Dr Spencer present a talk at EASE meeting

last modified Nov 09, 2017 12:31 PM
The East Anglia Society for Endocrinology will meet on Tuesday November 14th at The Rosie Hospital, CUH.

Professor Melissa Hines and Dr Debra Spencer will present the Cambridge Brain & Behaviour Study (CamBABS) to the group, to drive participation in the east of England.

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