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National Talkblack 140820

We had:

Mi-Kaisha Masella, Aboriginal recording Artist speaking about her her collaborations with fellow artist Nooky to produce a new track One Point 5 that encourages young Aboriginal people to keep themselves and their communities safe from COVID-19. Listen to the track here:

Dr Benjamin Daniels, Research fellow at UNSW Medicines Centre for Big Data Reseach in Health discussing how a popular high blood pressure drug is linked to increased skin cancer risk in older Australians.

Naomi Kemp, Managing Director of Safe Expectations and Chair of the Australian Institute of Health & Safety talking about how health care standards failing to protect frontline health care workers during these times.

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