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  1. A woman suffering back pain

    Searching for answers in the complex world of chronic pain

    One in five Australians live with chronic pain – and a researcher from the University of Canberra is investigating the complexity of the issue to determine how it may affect people differently.

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    White clover has key role to play in urban evolution

    University of Canberra Vice-Chancellor Professor Deep Saini is among a group of scientists to hold a favourable view of a problem weed for gardeners, saying white clover may hold the secret to urban evolution

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    UC, Column 72 to offer industry-based, paid learning program

    The University of Canberra has partnered with Column 72 Pty Ltd to establish a new program which will see aspiring IT professionals placed in the workforce for the duration of their studies

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  4. Good Heart program

    UC program aims to improve Indigenous health

    A new cardiac rehabilitation program at the University of Canberra aims to provide treatment for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women with, or a risk of, heart problems

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    First patients arrive at University of Canberra Hospital

    The first patients have arrived at the new University of Canberra Hospital on campus

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