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We had:

David Maxwell (Busta), talking about Prostate Cancer in Australia. Prostate cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer in Australia and the most commonly diagnosed cancer among Australian men.

Karen Dwyer, Clinical Director at Kidney Health Australia, talking about the silent killer on the rise, 1.8 million Australians are unaware they have kidney disease. Karen says “If we look at Australia as a whole, the prevalence is one in ten, but if we look at Indigenous people, it’s one in five.”

Matt McKay, CEO of Royal Rehab, talking about the Revolutionary new Allied Health Hub to launch in Cairns, offering immersive technology experience. It is designed for individuals living with disabilities, recovering from illness or injury, managing chronic conditions, or seeking to improve their well-being and independence.

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