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Elderly inpatients on more than 10 drugs 21-04-2015

Hospital wards are an ideal setting to discontinue inappropriate medications for older people, say researchers. Australian hospitals are missing the chance to safely reduce the number of medications being prescribed to elderly patients, some of wh

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World-first melanoma drug claim 21-04-2015

Landmark new study shows new drug prolongs survival rate of 74 per cent of patients with advanced melanoma, researchers say Patients with advanced melanoma, which kills an Australian every six hours, have lived longer when given a new drug than th

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