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Race to 80%: Australia's ticket to opening up, says report

02 August, 2021

Australia can safely begin to 'live with COVID' when 80% of the population is vaccinated.

Scalp cooling lets 1 in 2 women keep hair during chemo

22 July, 2021

Cancer experts are calling for greater access to advanced scalp-cooling technology for women undergoing chemotherapy in a bid to reduce the impact of treatment-related hair loss.

Sydney-developed COVID-19 nasal spray seeks trial participants

22 July, 2021

ENA Respiratory is seeking 100 healthy Sydneysiders to participate in a phase I study of its anti-COVID-19 nasal spray.

Speed up pharmacy vaccine rollout to end lockdown, says report

21 July, 2021

Accelerating the rollout of vaccines into pharmacies could help Australia reach its vaccination target of 80% up to two months faster than current projections.

Geography determines survival of babies with birth defects

21 July, 2021

A global study involving 74 countries has found that the survival rate of babies born with a birth defect is heavily dependent on where the child is born.

Development of blood vessel repair therapy accelerated

19 July, 2021

UniQuest has partnered with CSL to accelerate the development of a potential treatment for the repair of blood vessels damaged by inflammation.

Responding to COVID in a midwifery setting in South Australia

19 July, 2021 by Julie Tucker*

Midwife Julie Tucker, from Lyell McEwin Hospital in Adelaide, provides a snapshot of changes made to maternity care as a result of COVID-19.

Hospital pharmacy performing under pressure as mass vaccination gains momentum

13 July, 2021 by Kristin Michaels, SHPA CEO

Hospital pharmacists and technicians find themselves at the very centre of the largest public health initiative in Australia's history.

Medicinal cannabis facility planned for Toowoomba

12 July, 2021

Medibis has announced long-term plans to build a multi-million-dollar medicinal cannabis facility in Toowoomba, Queensland.

'Spider web' mechanism traps and kills viruses

12 July, 2021

Immunologists at Canada's McMaster University have discovered a mechanism that acts like a spider web — trapping and killing pathogens such as influenza or SARS-CoV-2.

PBS listing for ulcerative colitis treatment

05 July, 2021

Australians living with moderate-to-severe ulcerative colitis can now access a PBS-listed oral treatment alternative.

New treatment for asbestos-related cancer

01 July, 2021

Australians living with inoperable malignant mesothelioma will soon have access to an immunotherapy listed on the Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme.

CleanSpace Technology CleanSpace Respirators

01 July, 2021 | Supplied by: CleanSpace Technology Pty Ltd

CleanSpace Technology's CleanSpace Respirators are designed to protect healthcare workers from airborne contaminants.

Whiteley Surfex dry-surface biofilm remover and disinfectant

01 July, 2021 | Supplied by: Whiteley

Surfex from Whiteley Medical is a dry-surface biofilm remover and disinfectant, intended for use on environmental surfaces and for non-critical medical devices such as hospital beds and theatre trolleys.

Global collaboration strives to advance heart health

30 June, 2021

The Global Cardiovascular Research Funders Forum aims to to advance the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of cardiovascular conditions such as heart attack and stroke.

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