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A Duty of Care  or a Duty to Care?

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A Duty of Care or a Duty to Care?

"Nitschke’s central argument against the duty of care he supposedly owes is that there was no doctor-patient relationship between him and Brayley."

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Enough is enough, say doctors’ groups

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Enough is enough, say doctors’ groups

As the health of asylum seekers deteriorates, the Australian medical fraternity demands immediate policy reform

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 Surgeon suspended after wrong kidney removed

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Surgeon suspended after wrong kidney removed

But goes to court in bid to get paid during investigation

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Running for your life

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Running for your life

Just five minutes of jogging each day can significantly improve longevity

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Overweight teens risk early death

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Overweight teens risk early death

Rising obesity threatens lifespan increase that has taken place since 1950s

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A Duty of Care or a Duty to Care?

Rachel Worsley

A Duty of Care  or a Duty to Care?

"Nitschke’s central argument against the duty of care he supposedly owes is that there was no doctor-patient relationship between him and Brayley."

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World Watch

Ebola virus warning

Amanda Davey

Ebola virus warning

Customs and border security around the nation have been placed on red alert following the rapid spread of ebola

ED doctor found drunk on duty

Amanda Davey

ED doctor found drunk on duty

A doctor is in trouble after working for several hours in a hospital emergency department while under the influence of alcohol and possibly drugs.

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Is it time to rethink gastric banding BMIs?

Is it time to rethink gastric banding BMIs?

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The question of whether gastric banding should be offered to all overweight patients has been mooted often. 6minutes talks to the lead author of some new Australian research that may change minds for…

Street-use of Seroquel (Susie-Q) rising

Street-use of Seroquel (Susie-Q) rising

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The antipsychotic quetiapine (Seroquel) is becoming increasing popular as a drug of abuse on the streets of Australia, a new study suggests. 6minutes talks to drug misuse expert Professor Paul Haber…

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