Social Responsibility and Community Engagement - World Cancer Day 2020

World Cancer Day 2020

Health Industry Hub | January 22, 2020 |

People across Australia will come together on 4 February to reduce the impact of cancer around the world. 2020 marks […]

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New President to lead the Board of Hepatitis Australia

Former Gastro to lead the board of Hepatitis Australia

Health Industry Hub | January 20, 2020 |

Hepatitis Australia has appointed Associate Professor Grant Phelps as its new President, after Felicity McNeill PSM stepped down from the […]

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Myeloma New Zealand calls on Pharmac to make good on access deal

Myeloma New Zealand calls on Pharmac to make good on access deal

Health Industry Hub | January 15, 2020 |

Myeloma New Zealand is calling on Pharmac to make good on their proposal to widen access to blood cancer treatment […]

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Social Responsibility

Ovarian Cancer Australia calls for urgent action

Ovarian Cancer Australia calls for urgent action following the passing of two ambassadors

Health Industry Hub | January 13, 2020 |

Ovarian Cancer Australia was deeply saddened to hear of the passing of two of Australia’s most prolific ovarian cancer ambassadors […]

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mymedpac pharmacist helping bushfire victims

Online pharmacy donating and delivering prescribed medicine to bushfire victims

Health Industry Hub | January 8, 2020 |

Online medication management company myMedPac is helping people affected by bushfires by donating and delivering prescription medicine directly to those […]

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The Frederiks Foundation

Generous family legacy helps fund blood cancer researchers of tomorrow

Health Industry Hub | December 11, 2019 |

The memory of a mother lost to blood cancer and the strength and generosity of a family left behind has […]

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#YouCanTalk campaign

Government welcomes #YouCanTalk campaign

Health Industry Hub | December 9, 2019 |

The Morrison Government welcomes the #YouCanTalk campaign, which encourages Australians struggling with their mental health to reach out and find […]

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BREAST CANCER PATIENTS NOT TOLD ABOUT FERTILITY OPTIONS

Aussie breast cancer patients not told about fertility options

Health Industry Hub | December 4, 2019 |

A new survey has shown one in six young women diagnosed with breast cancer in Australia are not being informed […]

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World AIDS day 2019

World AIDS Day

Health Industry Hub | December 2, 2019 |

World AIDS Day is held on 1 December each year. It raises awareness across the world and in the community […]

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UN Women Australia

Elimination of violence against women

Health Industry Hub | November 25, 2019 |

November 25 marks the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women, a U.N. day designated to highlight the […]

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Leukaemia Foundation awards $120k scholarship

Health Industry Hub | November 20, 2019 |

The Leukaemia Foundation and the Haematology Society of Australia and New Zealand (HSANZ) are proud to announce Dr Liesl Butler […]

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