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Nurse launches case against robo-debt

A Melbourne nurse has launched a landmark court case against Centrelink's controversial "robo-debt" system, claiming it is unlawful. Victoria Legal Aid filed documents in the Federal Court this week on behalf of Madeleine Masterton, 31, who was told she had ...

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Healthy lives may stop 200,000 cancer cases

More than 200,000 people could be saved from experiencing cancer in the next 25 years if all Australians maintained a healthy weight and exercised enough. That includes 190,500 potentially preventable cancers linked to Australians being overweight and another 19,200 connected ...

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Cancer ‘healer’ slapped with ban

A self-proclaimed healer making claims about remedies that would "cure" cancer has received another ban by Victorian health authorities. Health Complaints Commissioner Karen Cusack has banned Dennis Wayne Jensen of North Warrandyte from importing, making or compounding any product or ...

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Drug founder ‘driven by greed’: prosecutor

A lawyer for Insys Therapeutics Inc's one-time billionaire founder has denied he had any role in the US opioid crisis as a federal prosecutor has told jurors he ran a scheme to bribe doctors to prescribe an addictive fentanyl spray. ...

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