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Libre on prescription - update from the hospital?

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Posted: Fri 19 Jan 2018 @ 16:15 by Chris Bartlett

Hi, is there an update from the York hospital team about a decision from the CCG or timescale about whether the Libre will be available on prescription?

I imagine there's a lot of people waiting anxiously, and even an update to 'we are still looking into this' would be greatly appreciated. And an update on timescales.

Thank you. Chris

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Posted: Tue 27 Mar 2018 @ 19:47 by

I've just read in my local paper (last weeks actually!) that York, Scarborough and Ryedale are funding flash glucose monitoring on the NHS. I haven't contacted my GP or hospital yet but fingers crossed the Gazette and Herald are reporting reliably.

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