Responding to Ebola
Dr Richard Brennan, WHO Director of Ebola Response talks about the ongoing humanitarian crisis in West Africa and the WHO's response
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Many more Australians could soon be recommended cholesterol-lowering drugs to prevent a heart attack or stroke after a major international study, led by University of Sydney, found they were just as effective for women as they are for men.
The Australian Medical Association has emerged from the recent brouhaha over the Abbott government's proposed Medicare reforms as both a winner in the protection of doctors' incomes and an apparent champion of the affordability of health care for patients.
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