“Of all the elements that connect people, communication is without doubt the most important.
Great news. From 1 November 2021, Australians with #multiplemyeloma will be able to access a new injectable form of immunotherapy through the PBS when their condition progresses after initial treatment. @GregHuntMP @MilesPrince4 @MyelomaAust_MFA @LeukaemiaAus
Child’s $200K miracle bone treatment denied subsidy https://t.co/ktIFIDj863
The lesson of history is that the work starts now https://t.co/SfQRnp1VqZ
We are excited to announce that Orange Hospital will receive a prestigious World Stroke Organization Angels Gold Status Award for meeting the highest standards in stroke treatment and care! Congratulations Team! Read more about this fantastic news at:
Being diagnosed with XLH is the beginning of a journey. With the right knowledge and support many people learn to manage their condition without it managing them. https://t.co/EtPe3xyLo7
New ‘safer’ contraceptive pill coming to Australia https://t.co/9skCsf2e5i
Call for national newborn screening program to be upgraded to save lives https://t.co/QWOrjrfNOA via @dailytelegraph
People with hard-to-treat high cholesterol will now have better access to a new jab.
The drug which usually costs thousands of dollars a year will be placed on the Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme from tomorrow. @gabyrogers #9News
The cost of a life-changing migraine drug has today dropped from nearly $300 to just $41 per dose, giving cheaper relief to tens of thousands of patients. But there's concern some people who suffer may still have to pay full price. | @danielsutton10
A 'case study' in how to present the industry's perspective https://t.co/a3ojgXWC1o