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When the stars don't align, dietary guidelines are often to blame.
It comes in spite of an independent review calling for a ban
Her treating doctor says she doesn't pose a risk
He describes the reward of taking a patient from a wheelchair to dancing.
His angiography described as 'rushed and rough and alarming to watch'
Melbourne researchers have reviewed the literature for AHPRA.
A boy had a gangrenous thumb amputated.
We chat with Dr Lance Lawler, President of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of...
Meet the three doctors vying for the top job.
Associate Professor Susan Moloney is standing for the position of president-elect at the Royal Australasian...
The Kirby Institute pays tribute to its director, who passed away on Sunday.
Dr Edwin Leap is comfortable with just about everything - with one notable...
Monday was a bad day, writes Paul Smith.
It seems that all day, every day Dr Edwin Leap cares for patients who simply won’t take care of...
Why is leukaemia so fashionable, and fibromyalgia so not?
A new report reveals the risk of a complication varies markedly between hospitals.
In our ageing society, this clinician and researcher finds much to keep her engaged, not least the debate about ...
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