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Health Minister to visit Royal London Hospital

PUBLISHED: 08:00 08 July 2010 | UPDATED: 16:14 05 October 2010

A HEALTH Minister will be talking transplants today when she drops into the Royal London Hospital. Anne Milton will be visiting the renal unit at the hospital in Whitechapel to see how patients with kidney disease are treated. More than 700 patients in

A HEALTH Minister will be talking transplants today when she drops into the Royal London Hospital.

Anne Milton will be visiting the renal unit at the hospital in Whitechapel to see how patients with kidney disease are treated.

More than 700 patients in the unit are receiving dialysis and the majority are on the waiting list for a transplant.

And the former nurse who trained at the Royal London is expected to talk to staff about how they can encourage families to donate their loved ones' organs.


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