Treatment for incurable diseases receives $5.9 million research injection

The Morrison Government is investing $5.9 million in eight vital medical research projects to find new and innovative treatments for incurable diseases including leukaemia, Parkinson’s disease and epilepsy.   The ground breaking research, funded through our Government’s landmark Medical Research Future Fund (MRFF), aims to harness stem cells to apply personalised treatments for a range…

Today Show interview with Allison Langdon and Karl Stefanovic

E&OE…                       Topics: COVID-19 Update; Black Lives Matter Protest; COVID-19 Vaccines; $12 million for research to improve treatment of cardiovascular disease and stroke patients.   KARL STEFANOVIC: Well Victoria recorded its biggest increase of coronavirus cases in over a month; 21 new cases recorded in the state yesterday, six of which are believed to have…

$12 million for research to improve treatment of cardiovascular disease and stroke patients

The Morrison Government, together with the National Heart Foundation, is announcing a further $12 million for research to improve treatment of people, including children, suffering cardiovascular disease and stroke.   This funding will be provided over four years, from the Medical Research Future Fund’s Cardiovascular Health Mission, to advance ground-breaking work on heart disease and…

Frankston Flinders Road - Balnarring

Stage one funding delivered for Balnarring pedestrian safety upgrades

Balnarring residents are moving closer to much-needed upgrades to Frankston-Flinders Road, with stage one in Federal Government funding delivered to the Victorian Government for pedestrian safety upgrades. To date, $230,000 has been provided to the Victorian Government for the project, with detailed planning currently underway. Federal Member for Flinders, the Hon. Greg Hunt MP, said…

Transcript – ABC Insiders interview with David Speers

E&OE… Topics: Coronavirus update; BLM protests; Indigenous infant mortality rates; Indigenous health research announcement; New Zealand approach to COVID-19; The COVIDSafe app; Opening international borders; Australia’s preparedness for a second wave; Efforts to produce a COVID-19 vaccine. DAVID SPEERS: Minister, welcome to the program. GREG HUNT: Morning, David. DAVID SPEERS: Let’s just start on this…