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Greg Hunt
Minister for Health + Federal Member for Flinders.
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Our Government’s strong economic management means we can support medical research that gives Australians access to the next generation of life saving medicines and technologies.
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Today marks , & this year the Government was able to assist more than half a million Aussies by listing Trelegy on the , a medicine that significantly improves lung capacity in sufferers.
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Greg Hunt Nov 19
Together with the we’re calling on 5k Aussies aged 18+ who have been treated for bipolar disorder, to volunteer for the world’s largest genetic investigation to develop more effective, personalised treatments & find a cure. For more -
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Greg Hunt Nov 18
It’s National Skin Cancer Action Week and this summer we’re encouraging everyone to and embrace your natural skin tone. Make the pledge today to protect yourself from UV radiation and abstain from tanning. Watch -
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Greg Hunt Nov 17
Thousands of Australians are grateful every day for the life changing gift of organ and tissue donation. Please join me in saying thanks to Australia’s organ and tissue donors and their families.
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Greg Hunt Nov 16
Fantastic finish in the inaugural Hastings Gift - Men's winner Chico Rodrigues - Women's winner Sophia Fighera
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Greg Hunt Nov 16
The Foundation’s annual campaign is just over half way, challenging men to grow a moustache, and men and women to get physically active - supporting men’s health. To donate or learn more, please visit
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Greg Hunt Nov 16
500km, done! Thank you to all who came along for a walk to help raise funds for autism. It’s not too late to donate to these amazing causes, visit  to find out how.
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Greg Hunt Nov 15
Amazing visit this morning to Cowes Primary School. Some fantastic questions and even a Drumline welcome!
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Greg Hunt Nov 15
Off on the final day of the . student Charlie Hurd put together this flashback video from day one, it’s amazing to think how far we’ve come and how many schools we’ve visited.
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Greg Hunt Nov 15
I’m proud to announce that the Government is taking more action to support people battling rare conditions by developing Australia’s first National Rare Diseases Framework and Action Plan.
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Greg Hunt Nov 14
One day to go! Almost at the end of our 500km . There's still time to donate, visit for more information.
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Greg Hunt Nov 14
Labor's tax plans would have real and disastrous consequences for the economy and home prices.
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Greg Hunt Nov 14
Delivering on our commitment - I’m pleased to announce the Government will provide nearly $4 million in funding for new research into autism, helping find better diagnosis, treatment and care for those affected by the developmental condition.
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Greg Hunt Nov 14
Good results from the Government and Minister on the fight against ...saving and protecting lives!
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Greg Hunt Nov 14
Our Government has successfully passed important privacy measures relating to My Health Record, through the Senate, strengthening Labor’s original legislation and further protecting the health information of Australians.
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Greg Hunt Nov 13
Replying to @GregHuntMP
In comparison, the Govt’s focus is on strengthening the safety and privacy of health information in the My Health Record system. The Parliament is now considering further amendments to Labor’s original My Health Record legislation. My Health Record will protect and save lives
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Greg Hunt Nov 13
Replying to @GregHuntMP
Labor’s plan to delay and derail the roll out of the My Health Record was blocked today. We thank the crossbench for not delaying this important policy change as Labor tried so desperately to do.
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Greg Hunt Nov 13
Today the Government worked with the Senate crossbench to extend the opt-out period for . The opt-out period will be extended until January 31, 2019, however, it’s important to note that people can opt-out at any time.
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Greg Hunt Nov 13
- More than 600k Aussies with will benefit from the .’s improvements to the . From Dec 1 patients will save up to $126 per year on the cost of already subsidised items. Get the facts on
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