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Northern Ireland children’s epilepsy services story [updated]

10 Jun 2009

BBC Northern Ireland’s Newsline programme is this week doing an investigation into children’s epilepsy services in the region.

They’re following the story of three-and-a-half year old Billy Caldwell, who has the rare Angelman syndrome.  You can watch the first part of their story on the BBC News website.

We’re told that the Northern Ireland health minister will be being interviewed on Newsline on Thursday. 

Newsline in on BBC One in Northern Ireland on weekdays at 6.30pm.  In the rest of the UK, BBC One Northern Ireland is available on Sky channel 973, and in the Republic of Ireland it can be see on Sky channel 141

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