Bacterial Meningitis Talk

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Our next event will focus on bacterial meningitis with a talk from a Meningitis Now Ambassador who was previously diagnosed with the condition. We will also be announcing a case study competition where you could win a prize! 

The event will be held on Thursday 23rd of March at 5:15pm in N242.

As normal there will be FREE pizza after the event.
After our event we will also be holding our first social gathering of the semester! This will take place in Revolution at 8pm. Please feel free to come along and get to know other members of the society. 

Hope to see everyone there!



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