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'Time-bomb' sperm mutations linked to birth defects 09-02-2016

Sperm that contains harmful mutations can raise the risk of a child being conceived who suffers from a potentially lethal abnormality, research shows. A genetic "time-bomb" in the testicles increases a man's risk of fathering childre

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Turnbull says Medicare must update systems 09-02-2016

Labor has used question time to quiz the prime minister over a reported plan to privatise Medicare. Malcolm Turnbull says Medicare must update its technology to make it simpler and faster to deal with the health care agency. Opposition Leader B

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  • Health Minister to tackle medical device pricing quirk 05-02-2016

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