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Julie McCrossin AM
Broadcaster and Head & Neck Cancer survivor. Dog lover.
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Claire Wheaton Jan 19
This ash drawn koala in Merimbula is everything. Bravo Lindsay Timmiss.
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ASTRO 19h
“Life’s most persistent and urgent question is, ‘What are you doing for others?'” - Martin Luther King, Jr. Words we try to live by everyday. Thank you for reminding us, Dr. King.
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Jacqui Cross Jan 19
Recognise a nurse or midwife for their exceptional care. Consider nominating them in the 2020 HESTA Australian Nursing & Midwifery Awards, before 9 Feb
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Rachel Moore, MD, FACS, ABOM Jan 19
Yesterday I was announced as the President-elect of the LA chapter of the American College of Surgeons. In 70 years, there has never been a female president of our chapter. No other women were present, because they were in a “women in surgery” event in another room...
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Peter Brennan 20h
Really sad to read this.. Just because a doctor is not a consultant or in a training grade does not mean that they are no less valuable in patient care. I know many superb staff grade doctors who provide the best care to our patients we must value their experience and expertise
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Science girl Jan 19
Little Dimun is a small island in the Faroe Islands. It often has its own cloud. This type of cloud is called a Lenticular cloud because it’s shaped like a lens. They are stationary and when formed over mountain peaks or islands, look like majestic caps.
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Central and Eastern Sydney PHN Jan 19
How can you as a GP be more effective in planning services and improving your patients outcomes? The Lumos project sheds light on patient journeys through the NSW health system by “Linking Up and Mapping Of Systems” across NSW. Find more information here:
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Puma Sundaresan Jan 17
Good morning ⁦⁩! Say hello to -san on a glorious morning from with ⁦
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Prof Ray Chan Jan 18
A great !! People absolutely need to get this! are integral members of the professional team!
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On This Gay Day: In 1991 Queensland decriminalises homosexuality | OUTInPerth – LGBTIQ News and Culture 🏳️‍🌈🏳️‍🌈 ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Julie McCrossin AM Jan 19
Yes I think it is. was set up to promote this evidence & assist patients who could benefit from radiation therapy to receive it. I will have to ask others why this advocacy is necessary. My surgeon referred me immediately to a radiation oncologist as best for me
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Julie McCrossin AM Jan 19
Roadmap for the next decade in cancer research | Nature Cancer| This roadmap fails to mention the every-improving precision radiation therapy that cured my oropharyngeal cancer in 2013 with less severe side effects & no scars.
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Chris Jones Jan 16
An interesting read but a roadmap for the next 10 years of cancer research that does not mention radiotherapy or radiobiology seems to me to be to much like plotting the UK's motorways but forgetting to add in the M1.
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Julie McCrossin AM Jan 19
Roadmap for the next decade in cancer research | Nature Cancer| This roadmap fails to mention the every-improving precision radiation therapy that cured my oropharyngeal cancer in 2013 with less severe side effects & no scars. ⁦⁦
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Julie McCrossin AM Jan 19
Otolaryngology Head & Neck Cancer Nurses Group: thank you to the nurses who are crucial in the treatment & recovery from this dreadful illness! ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Sandra Turner Jan 19
Last chance to apply to join us at the Foundations of leadership in course for aspiring leaders All radiation oncology professionals from all countries welcome!
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Julie McCrossin AM Jan 19
Head & neck cancer is a tough experience. I’ll be forever grateful for more life. Hear about latest treatment, research & recovery options, at the 2020 Forum Friday 12 June in Sydney
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Julie McCrossin AM Jan 19
Head & neck cancer is a tough experience. I’ll be forever grateful for more life. Hear about latest treatment, research & recovery options, at the 2020 Forum Friday 12 June in Sydney
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Julie McCrossin AM Jan 19
Replying to @BevJohnst
They are here in great numbers. Before the drought we would often have 50 plus on our paddock in the early morning & late afternoon. Even now we get groups of 20 plus. But there is no grass so they come into the small house garden. We have water troughs & they drink there.
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