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Wednesday 28th October 2015


  • Page 4 - NDIS deal for Tassie by end of the year.  The Federal Government expects to sign an agreement for the implementation of the National Disability Insurance Scheme in Tasmania by the end of the year.

    Page 10 - Hope for preventive treatment.  Vaccine for asthma trial. 

    Page 14-15 - talkingpoint - Healthy lifestyle must be built into planning framework.  ONLINE


    Page 15 - Drug cuts numbers of elderly in care.  A common Alzheimer's drug that is often withdrawn in later stages of the disease can halve the risk of severely ill patients being moved into nursing homes, research has shown.

     


    Page 15 - Drug cuts numbers of elderly in care.  A common Alzheimer's drug that is often withdrawn in later stages of the disease can halve the risk of severely ill patients being moved into nursing homes, research has shown.

Tuesday 27th October 2015


  • Page 4 - Plan better for health, foundation tells council.  The Heart Foundation will lobby legislative councillors this week to ensure Tasmanians' health and wellbeing is at the forefront of a statewide planning scheme. 

    Page 14 - 'Spy' doctors kicked out.  Pro-Russian insurgents in Ukraine's Donetsk region say they have banned Doctors Without Borders (MSF) for alleged espionage activity.


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    Page 14 - Strict conditions placed on euthanasia doctor.  Euthanasia campaigner Philip Nitschke may consider giving up his medical registration after being forced to agree with a "gun tohis head" to stop providing suicide and euthanasia advice.

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