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Come along to a free event at the WIMM on Wednesday 7th September to meet some of the key doctors, nurses and scientists working on cutting-edge research projects to develop better treatments for diseases such as inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) and other gastroenterological/mucosal disorders.

Over a glass of wine or a soft drink and some canapés, come and chat with those directly involved in research projects designed to help the thousands of patients suffering from these diseases, and find out how you could help – either as a healthy volunteer, or as a patient. 

To find out more and/or register your interest in attending this event for free, please either email the Oxford Research Nurses for Immunology and Inflammatory Diseases at gi.research@ndm.ox.ac.uk or call 01865 231461. 

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