£9 million investment in to public health
A public health centre in Ulster northern Ireland has received £9 million to carry on with its research into public health. The Centre funded by Ulster University UK Clinical Research Collaboration, HSC Research and Development Office, QUB, and Atlantic Philanthropies provided the funding.
The Centre will focus its research into Public health issues such as obesity, society steps to tackle it and other medical and complex conditions that can trigger abnormal metabolic behaviour, and the measures to tackle it ( HCG weight loss treatment).
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