Achalasia Meeting

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Achalasia Meeting and Question and Answer Session with surgeon, Majid Hashemi....  an Upper GI Surgeon and possibly a Dietican too.

The London Achalasia Meetup Group

Thursday, December 18th, 2014

5:00 PM

Brampton House, St John and St Elizabeth Hospital

60 Grove End Road

St John's Wood

London NW8 9NH

Please reply to me on this site if interested, we are limited for numbers, it is foc to attend but a suggested donation of £5 is suggested for snacks and drinks provided.

Thank You.

 

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    Hi Janski,

    thank you very much for you inviting.

    I would like to partecipate, not problem for donation.

    Actually I will be tight with the time, because at the night Im living the country for Christmas holdays,but I strongly I will do all the possible to be in there.

    Kind Regards,

    Yole

     

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  • Posted

    Actually I knew many people who would partecipate but are not followers of patient.info

    Is there any phone number or mail address where is possible ask for info or apply to partecipate at meeting?

    Thank you

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    • Posted

      If you google 'Meet up groups' you will be able to join our Achalasia Meet up group (no charge) and then you will be in the loop for any further information on the condition plus details of when we meet etc.

      Amanda is the group organiser, and once you are registered with us you can register for the Q and A session.  

      all the best

      J

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    Hi Janski, 

    thanks for the notification via this website, I have already replied Amanda via the Meet up website.

    regards

    ian

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