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Greg Hunt
Minister for Health + Federal Member for Flinders.
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Delighted to join in talking with 300 Rosebud SC students in a Q&A on youth mental health today, and to announce $3.3m for and youth mental health services on the Peninsula.
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This week, the Govt released the National Strategic Action Plan for Lung Conditions along with a $4m commitment as an immediate response to support its recommendations. The Plan identifies priority actions to help speed up diagnosis and improve treatment of associated conditions.
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Greg Hunt Feb 21
Wonderful to be able to provide relief for children with Asthma with the listing of Spiriva on the PBS
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Scott Morrison Feb 20
Thank you for your 20+ years service to Australia, as a MP and Minister, and to the Liberal Party. You’ve been a star of the team and we wish you all the best.
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Greg Hunt Feb 20
I was delighted to launch the National Strategic Action Plan for Lung Conditions this morning. Our Government will provide $4 million as an immediate response to support its recommendations
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Greg Hunt Feb 19
Attending the Parl Supporters of Australians living with Rare Disease at Parl House. The Govt. recently announced the nation’s first National Rare Diseases Framework and Action Plan, in addition to the $38.6m for 23 clinical trials to improve treatments and discover cures.
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Greg Hunt Feb 18
Thrilled to join Stuart Giles, Mark Middleton, Deep Saini, Ian Irving, Chris Munday, Ben Kelley and John Barrett for the official opening of the . This new facility provides greater access and support for those living with cancer.
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MTPConnect Feb 17
We're excited to join our partners - - this morning to announce the Biomedical Translation Bridge Program! Thanks and the for allowing us to administer the program
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Sarah Henderson MP Feb 16
Norm & Vicky are self funded retirees from . They would lose thousands of dollars under ’s policy to abolish excess franking credits. They are saying loud & clear - in .
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Greg Hunt Feb 17
Congenital heart disease is the leading cause of deaths for Aus infants and the 2nd leading cause for children. P/yr up to 3,000 babies are born with a form of the disease. Last week, on international day for CHD, our Govt provided $26m to tackle the condition.
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Greg Hunt Feb 17
Through the Govt’s Medical Research Future Fund we will provide $22.3m to ⁦⁩ to operate the new Biomedical Translation Bridge initiative, assisting important early stage research that will lead to new interventions, cures and treatments of major diseases.
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Greg Hunt Feb 17
The Govt will provide $38.6 million to support 23 new clinical trials to improve treatments and discover cures for debilitating and deadly rare cancers and rare diseases.
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Greg Hunt Feb 17
Great to see all the kids in action at the Mornington YC Vic Junior Sailing regatta - fantastic local volunteers.
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Greg Hunt Feb 16
Visiting the Sorrento Community Centre to discuss local issues including Labor's Retiree Tax. Under this proposal, individual retirees would lose $2,200 a year on average and self-managed super funds will lose $12,000 a year. To learn more, visit
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Greg Hunt Feb 16
A privilege to support the fundraising Walk from Mornington to Mt Martha (and back!) to help find a cure. Congrats to Sarah who founded the Walk to honour her Mum Marie - about 500 participants on a beautiful day.
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Greg Hunt Feb 16
Proud to announce that 170,000 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children and adolescents will now be vaccinated against the flu for free and additionally our Government will provide a $12 million to boost a national immunisation education campaign.
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Greg Hunt Feb 14
Deeply powerful story on Rachael and Jonathan Casella. It was a privilege to meet with them last year and establish Mackenzie's Mission, named in honour of their daughter tragically lost to spinal muscular atrophy.
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Greg Hunt Feb 14
Great to join doctors and researchers Hospital to announce the Govt will provide $38.6 million to support 23 new clinical trials to improve treatments and discover cures for debilitating and deadly rare cancers and rare diseases.
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Greg Hunt Feb 14
Elle has had five open heart surgeries to date, but this has not stopped her from trying to live the best life she can. See what Elle had to say about the launch of the Project and the Govts $26m investment to support those living with congenital heart disease.
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Greg Hunt Feb 13
It was wonderful to meet little Eleanor and other beautiful little children today while announcing $26 million for the Project to tackle congenital heart disease❤️
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