Victoria to lead the world in cancer treatment and medical research

The Morrison Government is investing almost half a billion dollars to deliver world-leading cancer treatment for Australian patients, extra hospital infrastructure, more mental health services and new medical research projects. The $496 million investment backs Victoria’s position as a global leader in health and medical research and provides new support for patients while creating Australian jobs. Prime Minister Scott Morrison said $80 million would help…

$24.6 million for Australian clinical trials hub at the Alfred to focus on regional cancer trials

The Liberal National Government is providing almost $25 million so Australians with cancer and rare diseases have access to clinical trials no matter where they live including regional and remote Victoria.   Patients with poor access to clinical trial programs don’t always gain early access to breakthroughs in medical treatment that can be life-saving.  …

Frankston & Mornington Peninsula retirees stand up against Bill Shorten’s Retiree Tax

Local retirees have made their voices heard against Bill Shorten’s proposed Retiree Tax as part of The House of Representatives’ Economics Committee public hearings.   Speaking in front of a packed house at the New Peninsula Baptist Church this morning, local seniors spoke of how their retirements would be severely affected by Mr Shorten’s slug…