Free CD-Rom

29th August 1997 at 01:00
The Health Education Authority has launched two hours of free computerised drugs education. Half a million copies of D-Code, a CD-Rom playable on ordinary CD machines, will be distributed at HMV shops, on the front cover of IPC magazines Muzik and Melody Maker, in Internet cafes and public libraries.

To date, two of the NAHT cases have been settled by Guardian, one by the Colonial and one by Legal and General. The outstanding claims involve General Accident, Equitable Life, Abbey Life, the Prudential, Barclays, Royal London and Teacher Assurances.

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