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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

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MS sufferer, Mike Hemingway,  is raising money for research into his disease

To support Mike go to:


Follow this link to donate to Zell Goldman and help him reach his fundraising target as he raises money for cerebral palsy sufferers this “STEPTEMBER” 

Ross Greenwood speaks to Gilman Wong the CEO of Sirtex about their liver cancer treatment.

Ray describes his Ice Bucket Challenge yesterday, and then his choking experience at a restaurant afterwards

Chief Superintendent Steve Cullen, Commander of the NSW Police Public Order and Riot Squad, talks about Ray’s ice bucket challenge and offers an auction prize to raise money for Motor Neurone Disease

Country music singer Troy Cassar-Daley speaks to Ray from South West Rocks Primary School where he is thanking a young student for his Hearing Australia fundraising work

Steve Price is joined by Associate Professor, Catherine Birman (Otolaryngologist), to discuss cochlea implants and hearing awareness week.

Ross Greenwood speaks to Mark Fiztgibbon MD of NIB about the asnswers to the looming health crisis

Ray speaks to 15-year-old Curtis Landers and his dad Ned after they featured on 60 Minutes

Now in it’s 7th year the Parkinson's NSW Unity Walk & Run has raised over $800,000 for people living with Parkinson’s, their carers and family.


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Health Matters will feature a health professional from Sydney Adventist Hospital each week. This week, Dr Phillip Katelari, a Urologist specialising in Robotic Surgery, joins us.

Susie Burrell joins Chris Smith to talk healthy living. This week they talk yoghurt – kidney stones - and twelve reasons that make weight loss difficult.


Walking for kiddies heart health


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Victor calls Ray to ask if listeners will donate money and auction items to help fund a drug which will prolong the life of his wife who has stage four Breast Cancer 

My family will be participating as Team NASSO in this year's Memory Walk and Jog, held in Sydney on Sunday 14 September.

Following the death of actor Robin Williams, Ray Hadley talks about depression and how to cope, assuring listeners that there is always someone willing to help.

If you or someone you know is suffering from depression, please contact:

2GB’s Dr Graham Malouf talks to Luke about the flu season and the importance of defibrillators at sporting events and in work places


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