No states or territories outside Tasmania have centralised electronic systems that capture in real time which controlled drugs have been prescribed and dispensed to individual patients.
Amy Corderoy A 69 year-old pensioner has succeeded in a David-and-Goliath battle against a multinational corporation that claimed a patent over her genes.
Craig Butt, Health Reporter Almost one third of all cancers diagnosed in Australia could have been prevented, new research has found.
Craig Butt Almost one third of all cancers diagnosed in Australia could have been prevented, new research has found.
Julia Medew Joey Lynch thinks he is an unlikely character for a cancer story.
Michael Daly As problems go it doesn't amount to a hill of (baked) beans in this crazy world, but James Wood would like the scales to tip a little more in his favour.
Amy Corderoy The PM says it's going to open up 'enormous benefit' for Australia. But health groups have warned people in need of urgent treatment in developing countries wont be so lucky.
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Sarah Berry What I once assumed about health and fitness is wrong.
Jim Windolf We're all going to die. And we all eat food. Therefore, food must be the culprit.
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There was fur and scales at Manning Valley Animal Rescue's Furry Fundraising Festival at Taree Boarding Kennels.
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