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Skin lesion images sent to doctors via mobile app for faster cancer detection 03-05-2016

QUT is leading an international study to increase rates of early melanoma diagnosis via a mobile app that can take and send images of suspicious lesions to dermatologists during self-skin or partner-assisted skin examinations for rapid diagnosis or b

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Indigenous women 4x more likely to die from cervical cancer 03-05-2016

Indigenous women are twice as likely to develop cervical cancer, and four times more likely to die from it, a new report says. Indigenous women are four times more likely to die from cervical cancer than others, a new report shows. More than 3.

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  • Skin lesion images sent to doctors via mobile app for faster cancer detection 03-05-2016

    QUT is leading an international study to increase rates of early melanoma diagnosis via a mobile app that can take and send images of suspicious lesions to dermatologists during self-skin or partner-assisted skin examinations for rapid diagnosis or b

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  • Indigenous women 4x more likely to die from cervical cancer 03-05-2016

    Indigenous women are twice as likely to develop cervical cancer, and four times more likely to die from it, a new report says. Indigenous women are four times more likely to die from cervical cancer than others, a new report shows. More than 3.

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  • Doctors urged to show more empathy for better patient outcomes 03-05-2016

    Kind and compassionate doctors have healthier patients who are more likely to follow their advice, says Hearts in Healthcare co-founder. Before Dr Robin Youngson had to anaesthetise a heavily pregnant woman for a caesarean to deliver her dead baby

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  • Exercise more beneficial than dieting 02-05-2016

    Inactivity is becoming a bigger epidemic than obesity, says expert in his 'Fat and Fit' conference address. People get more health benefits from exercise than from dieting, says a sports physician. And obese people who exercise regularl

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  • Victoria fast tracks abortion protest laws 02-05-2016

    Victoria has implemented new abortion protest exclusion zone laws to keep protesters at least 150 metres from abortion clinics. Anti-abortion protesters are banned from harassing women outside Victorian abortion clinics, with safe access zones now

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  • General anaesthesia may be safer than thought for infants 02-05-2016

    General anaesthesia appears not to cause neuro-development changes in children by age two but they will be reassessed at five, says expert. The developing brains of infants, given just under an hour of general anaesthesia during surgery, did not a

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  • Pain management 'bible' helping to prevent chronic pain 29-04-2016

    New ways to help prevent chronic pain after surgery are revealed in new "bible" on pain management. Patients about to have surgery may be reassured to know there's a new pain treatment bible. With about one in 10 people developing

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  • Pain medication may worsen obesity in chronic patients 29-04-2016

    Obesity is a risk factor for chronic pain but some drugs can cause big increases in weight, says expert. Obese people are more likely to suffer from chronic pain but many medications cause them to put on even more weight, says an expert. While

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  • Healthcare Technology - Latest Developments 29-04-2016

    Innovation and entrepreneurial activity in the Healthcare Technology sector is leading to rapid advancements and the delivery of major improvements in the quality and efficiency of healthcare delivery. A list of the latest and most exciting health

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  • One in four aged older Aussies missing vaccines 28-04-2016

    More than a quarter of Australians aged in their 60s are putting themselves at risk by not having recommended vaccinations, health professionals say. More than a quarter of older Australians are not having any of the vaccinations recommended for t

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