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03/24/2017
Attorney-General Vanessa Goodwin diagnosed with brain tumours - Warrnambool Standard


Warrnambool Standard

Attorney-General Vanessa Goodwin diagnosed with brain tumours
Warrnambool Standard
Premier Will Hodgman made the announcement on Saturday morning, after Dr Goodwin was taken to the Royal Hobart Hospital on Friday in an “extremely unwell” state. Mr Hodgman said it was clear that Dr Goodwin would be unable to undertake her ...

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03/24/2017
Rare cancer drug added to PBS - 9news.com.au

Rare cancer drug added to PBS
9news.com.au
A drug used to treat a rare form of cancer now widely available through the national pharmaceutical benefits scheme will act as a lifesaver. Brentuximab vedotin, sold as Adcetris, was one of several medicines added to the PBS by the federal government ...

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03/24/2017
Online mental health treatments are proven to reduce depression - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Online mental health treatments are proven to reduce depression
The Sydney Morning Herald
It was an illness that almost claimed her life. There were days when she couldn't leave the house, or even get out of bed. But for years after she was diagnosed, Shannai Pearce was too afraid to get help. SHARE; Share on Facebook SHARE; Share on ...

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03/23/2017
Bogus doctor worked at six NSW hospitals - NEWS.com.au

Bogus doctor worked at six NSW hospitals
NEWS.com.au
NSW Health has admitted a bogus doctor worked at an additional two hospitals during the decade he spent posing as Indian practitioner Dr Sarang Chitale. It was revealed earlier in February that Shyam Acharya allegedly stole the Indian doctor's identity ...

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03/23/2017
DNA-repairing drug could fight aging and radiation damage - New Atlas

New Atlas

DNA-repairing drug could fight aging and radiation damage
New Atlas
Most of us accept that aging is inescapable, but maybe it doesn't have to be. Researchers at Harvard Medical School and the University of New South Wales (UNSW) have uncovered one of the key mechanisms that gradually weakens our body's ability to ...
It's Happening: Scientists Can Now Reverse DNA Ageing in MiceScienceAlert
DNA repair discovery could lead to drugs to reverse ageing, fight cancer and help space travelABC Online
Can ageing be held at bay by injections and pills?Cosmos
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03/24/2017
Want to end TB? Diagnose and treat all forms of the disease - Medical Xpress

Medical Xpress

Want to end TB? Diagnose and treat all forms of the disease
Medical Xpress
A Somali woman from the town of Biyoqobobey in Ethiopia, holding a bottle of unpasteurized camel's milk. Credit: Author provided. Tuberculosis should be a specter of the past, something only our great-grandparents feared and died of. Alas, although ...
Committed to achieving zero TB deaths: NaddaYahoo News
Elevating The Fight Against TB: Reaching Those Left Behind To Move Forward FasterHuffington Post
Extensively drug-resistant TB cases double in a yearTimes of India
News18 -The Hindu -News-Medical.net -Daily News & Analysis
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03/24/2017
As easy as child's play? Overcoming barriers to kids' exercise - ABC Online

As easy as child's play? Overcoming barriers to kids' exercise
ABC Online
Too hot outside? Online gymnastics are fine when you can't get to the real thing. (Audience contributed: Laura Dennis). Share. Share on Facebook · Share on Twitter · Share on WhatsApp; Print; Mail; Other share options. Reddit · Tumblr · LinkedIn ...

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03/24/2017
Majority of cancers caused by 'bad luck', not genes or lifestyle, scientists discover - Irish Independent

Irish Independent

Majority of cancers caused by 'bad luck', not genes or lifestyle, scientists discover
Irish Independent
Bad luck plays a bigger role in the development of cancer than previously believed - and two-thirds may be unavoidable, even if you live a healthy life. A new study by US scientists says we should blame "bad luck" more often when cancer strikes ...
A Friend Dies As Scientists Ponder: Just How Preventable Are Most Cancers?WBUR
Majority of cancer cases just the luck of the draw, scientists suggestNEWS.com.au
Two-thirds of all cancers caused by DNA replication errors, landmark study showsThe Sydney Morning Herald
BGR -News-Medical.net -Times of India -The Straits Times
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03/23/2017
Home pregnancy tests kits recalled across Australia - NEWS.com.au

NEWS.com.au

Home pregnancy tests kits recalled across Australia
NEWS.com.au
ALMOST half the home pregnancy tests available in Australia have been pulled from the market after pregnant women received negative results using the kits. The Therapeutic Good Administration has conducted a sweeping review of the DIY testing kits to ...
Inaccurate pregnancy tests pulled from shelvesPerth Now
Pregnancy test kits recall prompts adviceDaily Liberal
Almost Half Of Pregnancy Tests Removed From Sale After Sweeping ReviewHuffington Post Australia
International Business Times AU -9Honey -Gazette Review -Daily Mail
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03/24/2017
Study finds increased body fat in childhood brain cancer survivors - News-Medical.net

Khaleej Times

Study finds increased body fat in childhood brain cancer survivors
News-Medical.net
McMaster University researchers have discovered that while survivors of childhood brain tumours have a similar Body Mass Index (BMI) to healthy children with no cancer, they have more fat tissue overall, and especially around the abdomen. Brain tumors ...
Common fitness mistakes Dubai residents makeKhaleej Times

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