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Drugs to be Tracked End-to-End
PBAC System Labelled 'Broken'
Medicines Update: Nerlynx - Puma Biotechnology
Speed up Cancer Funding, ALP told
Cancer Drug Nod
Breast Cancer Hope: Regulator Green-Lights Treatment
Interview with Dr Richard de Boer, Oncologist, Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre
Breast Cancer Patients can Skip Chemo: Study.
Medical Expert Dr Penny Adams interviewed on Channel 9 about the Oncotype Dx genomic test.
New Breast Cancer Drug Reduces Risk of Relapse.
Patients Forced into Chemo: No Funds for Breast Cancer Testing
Test Rebate Rejected
New Push for Brain Cancer Drug
Glowing Tumours Help Patients’ Odds
Glowing Tumours Help Patients’ Odds.
Specialised Therapeutics Re-launches Product for Cancer Patients: Independent pharmaceutical company Specialised Therapeutics Asia has relaunched a product used to relieve the pain of oral mucositis, a condition that can affect cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy and/or radiotherapy.
Breakthrough Brain Tumour Visualisation Drug Gliolan to be listed on NZ Hospital Medicines List from 1 June
Opinion: When Customers Come First, Not Dangling Carrots: "I have just bought a red Tesla. It’s a battery operated, engineering marvel that doesn’t require petrol, can be recharged via a rooftop solar panel, is sleek, modern and chivalrous to boot - with doors that open automatically on the owner’s approach. While I’m an unapologetic and long standing motor car tragic, what really clinched the deal was the way this beautiful piece of machinery was sold to me." Click for more.
The following story appeared on Channel 7 News nationally following a PBS listing.
The following story appeared on Channel 9 News nationally following a PBS listing.
The following story appeared on Channel 10 News nationally following a PBS listing.
Brave cancer survivor is Determined to Live Life to the Full
Opinion: PBS Price Cuts Cruel Pharma Innovation
Patients 'Could Miss Out on Leading Drugs'
From Big Pharma to Small Starts: Risking it all on a Life-Saving Cancer Drug to Win. "After years working for big pharma in the US, Carlo Montagner and Bozena Zembrzuski risked their life savings to bring a leading cancer drug to Australia. The two, who met at university, sold everything almost eight years ago — share portfolios and investment properties — and lived in rented accommodation when they returned to Australia to start their own pharmaceutical company, Specialised Therapeutics."
The following story appeared on Channel 7 Adelaide November 2014.
The following story appeared on the ABC in July 2014 announcing a PBS listing.
The following story appeared on the Channel 7 Network’s current affairs program Today Tonight in May, 2012.
Olivia Has a Million Reasons to Smile
The following news clip appeared on the ABC nationally in 2011.
The following story appeared on Channel 7’s current affairs program Today Tonight in March 2010.