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Public get say in health service
NHS Forth Valley has launched a campaign to give the public a greater say in the running of services.

The health authority has encouraged residents to get involved in one of the newly formed public forums, in Clackmannanshire, Stirling and Falkirk.

Bosses said the public's involvement could range from sending an e-mail to attending meetings.

NHS Forth Valley chairman Ian Mullen said: "It will give everyone the chance to have their say on local services."




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