As the deadline for Brexit approaches, we’ll be continuing to ask questions of government about their plans to ensure supplies of insulin and medicines are not interrupted.
Do you have a question you’d like us to ask? Or have you had difficulty accessing the prescription medication or medical supplies you need to manage your diabetes?
We want to hear about it. Any information we receive will be used to help us build us picture of what’s happening at a local level, and to make sure we’re asking the questions that matter to people living with and affected by diabetes.
You can always check out our blog for the latest updates.
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