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To donate to Professor Dominic Rowe’s research into Motor Neurone Disease

 

Cheque made payable to: Motor Neurone Disease Service at Macquarie University

 

Mail to: Professor Dominic Rowe

The LiveLighter ad campaign will be shown around Canberra and focuses on educating about the risks of obesity and being overweight.

Paralympian Jayme Richardson updates Ray from between Warwick and Ipswich on the 1200kms for Kids charity bike ride and her dad Steve calls in to say how proud he is of her

Ross Greenwood speaks with Grant Hill-Cawthorne from the Marie Bashir Institute for Infectious Diseases and Biosecurity about Ebola

On October 25th, two brave men are canoeing 111km to raise money for Dr Charlie Teo's Cure Brain Cancer Foundation after losing a 6-year-old family member to the horrific disease.

Paralympian Jayme Richardson calls Ray from the road as she supports the charity ride ‘1200kms for Kids’ on their way to Brisbane

Commissioner Ray Creen, Chief Executive of the NSW Ambulance Service, talks to Ray about plans to recover unpaid ambulance debts and a decision not to replace ageing child seats in ambulances

Alan talks to Dr Graeme Peel  and Michael Williams about the importance of defibrillators in saving lives after sudden cardiac arrest

 

Alan talks to the former NRL star about his battle with depression

 

Tonight’s Insight programme on SBS about cannabis and medical marijuana

 

Health Matters will feature a health professional from Sydney Adventist Hospital each week. This week Dr Dan Smith, radiologist joins us. 

Richard Callander updates Ray while on the road for his charity walk 4 Tracks 4 Kids which has raised over $400,000 for the Sydney Children’s Hospitals Network, the National Jockeys Trust and Epilepsy Action Australia

Ross Greenwood speaks to Finance Minister Mathias Corman about the sale of Medibank

Listener Tino calls Ray to thank emergency services for helping his son who is in a critical condition after a hang gliding accident in Forbes 

NRL CEO Dave Smith talks to Ray about the NRL Kick Bowel Cancer campaign

Before this experimental treatment, Craig Lawn only had 6 months to live. 

It sounds convenient, but should we allow supermarkets to fill our prescriptions?  

Health Matters will feature a health professional from Sydney Adventist Hospital each week. This week we look at medical training. 

Chris talks to the former rugby league great about a 1,400 kilometre charity walk he’s starting today

The NRL has unveiled a new campaign to tackle bowel cancer and encourage Australians to take a bowel cancer detection survey.

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