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English health minister online webchat today (Wednesday 27th)

27 Aug 2008

Ann Keen MP, one of the ministers at the English Department of Health, is taking part in a webchat on healthcare in the UK today (Wednesday 27th), at 4pm UK time.

It's taking place on the Downing Street website, which says that "Ann would like to hear your views, comments and questions. Now is your chance to directly question the Minister for Health".

If you have any questions about the NHS, especially about your epilepsy care, then you can pose your question now. Then log on to the chat at 4pm.

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