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A newly commissioned white paper on the burden of cost of brain disorders in Australia reports the staggering economic burden associated with neurological, mental health and substance use disorders is in excess of $74 billion.

New report shows economic burden of brain disorders in Australia over $74 billion pa | Mirage News

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Stroke Foundation has welcomed the launch of a comprehensive research effort to tackle stroke and heart disease, with the Federal Government launching a $220 million 10-year mission for cardiovascular health.

RECORD BOOST TO TACKLE TWO OF AUSTRALIA’S BIGGEST KILLERS - Surf Coast Times

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Commonwealth Bank of Australia acquired a new position in shares of Healthcare Trust Of America Inc (NYSE:HTA) during the fourth quarter, according to the company in its most recent filing with the Securities & Exchange Commission.

Commonwealth Bank of Australia Invests $20.87 Million in Healthcare Trust Of America Inc (HTA) - Fairfield Current

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“Have you got insurance?” It is the first question faced by any patient walking into a hospital emergency room in the United States and is seen as emblematic of a health system that does not serve those who cannot pay. So why is this question being raised, with increasing frequency, in the emergency rooms and hospital wards of Australia’s highly regarded medical system?

'Have you got insurance?': the US-style question finding its way to Australian hospitals

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