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Exclusion of indigenous children from national health survey discriminatory: expert

The exclusion of indigenous children from parts of a national health survey is a mistake that will leave health professionals with a large information gap about Aboriginal health, an expert has said.This year’s survey began in March and involves 50,000 randomly sampled adults and children across Australia.

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