$69 million boost for fight against rare cancers and rare diseases

The Turnbull Government is supporting Australia’s best and brightest medical researchers in their fight against rare cancers and rare diseases with a $69 million boost announced today. This funding includes more than $26 million for nineteen research projects as part of the landmark Medical Research Future Fund’s Rare Cancers, Rare Diseases and Unmet Needs Clinical…

More support for Australia’s world-class medical researchers

The Turnbull Government is today announcing new grant funding of almost $12 million to provide further support for Australia’s world-class medical researchers. I am delighted to visit the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute to announce support for research that will offer new hope for people living with rare ataxia diseases. Ataxia is a rare and debilitating…

REMARKS AND DOORSTOP – MELBOURNE

E&OE…                        Topics: More support for Australia’s world-class medical researchers, Australia Day, abortion services in Tasmania, Kristina Keneally [Remarks] GREG HUNT: Thanks very much to Professor Kathryn North, to Professor Martin Delatycki, to Professor Adam Vogel from the University of Melbourne, to Louise Corben, who’s…