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Chatham Health Department seeks community diabetes advocates

By Marissa Jelks
Posted Thursday, January 29, 2004

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The Chatham County Public Health Department is currently recruiting volunteers to become community diabetes advocates. The program trains individuals to be social support for people with diabetes, act as a link between health services and the patient, and help run a diabetes support group in Siler City. Training sessions will be held in March.

For more information, please contact Marissa Jelks at 542-8297.

 
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