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Dry July 2014
Dry July is a fundraiser that challenges you to go booze-free for a
month to support adults living with cancer. It helps you get
healthy and clear your head while also raising funds for an
important cause. Dry July improves the wellbeing of adult cancer
patients by providing funds to create better services and
environments for them and their families. Read
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10-year storage limit for embryos, eggs and sperm
In 2004, legislation was introduced relating to the length of time frozen eggs, sperm and embryos could be stored by a fertility clinic. The legislation allows for a 10-year storage limit. This limit commences on 22 November, 2014. Read more
Glass Fragments in Actavis brand of Oral Liquid Amoxicillin
Glass fragments found in two
bottles of the Actavis brand of amoxicillin oral liquid have
prompted a recall by Medsafe.
Hope in sight after 16 ops - NZ Herald
July is Glaucoma Awareness Month. Family tells story of baby
boy's glaucoma diagnosis. Auckland DHB children's eye
specialist Dr Justin Mora explains glaucoma is rare in children.
$1m committed to neurological research across NZ
Neurological Foundation is pleased to announce that funding of
close to $1 million for neurological research, a Repatriation
Fellowship and travel grants has been approved in its July 2014
grant round, the first of two rounds held each year. The July
grants will fund research projects at the University of
Auckland, AUT University, Auckland City Hospital, Christchurch
Hospital, the University of Otago, Christchurch, and the
University of Otago, Dunedin.
Candidates sought for a study to improve lung treatment for
Clinicians at the Auckland District Health
Board’s Department of Respiratory Medicine are recruiting
participants in a study to improve lung treatment for elderly
patients and build a computer model of an ageing lung.
Bugs in our systems: our future resistance
Infectious disease experts say we use far too many antibiotics
and this is a cause of rising resistance of bacteria to
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