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Canberra appears to be taking an increasingly hands-off approach.
"This just feels like discrimination," says one Syrian-born nephrologist.
He is a law graduate, former debating champion, and Yale graduate.
Chief political reporter Paul Smith reflects on the outgoing health minister's legacy.
A former AMA president says yes.
The government projects there will be 7000 doctors too many by 2030.
Analysis: Competition is not a panacea, writes Professor Stephen Duckett.
GP groups want it held back at least three months.
The RACGP is convinced it'll be little more than a cost-cutting exercise.
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