Doorstop – Melbourne

E&OE… Topics: Clinical trials funding for young Australians with rare and aggressive forms of cancer; My Health Record. GREG HUNT: Well welcome everybody to the extraordinary Peter MacCallum Centre. We’re in the youth cancer services centre and I’m with Peter Orchard from CanTeen, Joey, who’s not just a board member but one of our magnificent…

Interview with Ray Hadley – 2GB

E&OE… Topics: Bupa and HCF; My Health Record RAY HADLEY: Mr Hunt, G’day to you. GREG HUNT: Good morning, Ray. RAY HADLEY: Nice to talk to you. I know you’re pressed for time but there are two issues I wanted to discuss with you. Listeners have contacted me about changes to their private health care…

Doorstop – Sydney

E&OE… Topics: $50 million to provide life-saving support to cancer patients; My Health Record GREG HUNT: Today is about saving lives and protecting lives. It’s about hope for patients and for families who are dealing with the great challenge of rare cancers. Rare cancers affect 52,000 Australian people a year. Individually they may be rare…

$6 million for medical research projects in South Australia

The Turnbull Government will invest $6.1 million to fund new South Australian medical research projects aimed at delivering faster medical breakthroughs for South Australian patients. The funding will go to the South Australian Academic Health Science and Translation Centre, which is undertaking vital research projects in areas such as bowel cancer, cardiac rehabilitation and reducing…

Funding boost for children with brain cancer

The Turnbull Government will provide $5 million to ensure all Australian children with high risk brain cancer have access to life-saving clinical trials and genetic testing. The Government’s $105 million Australian Brain Cancer Mission will provide the funding to boost the Zero Childhood Cancer initiative. We are able to provide this funding boost to health…