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  1. Artist impression of the Canberra Specialist Medical Centre

    Construction starts on new oncology services facility at UC

    Work is formally under way on a new state-of-the-art facility to provide specialist medical services, education and research at the University of Canberra

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  2. Two disease maps of the ACT at low scale showing high variation in disease rates across Canberra

    Disadvantage and disease hidden in plain sight: UC study

    Reliance on large scale disease mapping may be hiding the real story of disadvantage and heart disease in Canberra’s suburbs

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  3. An empty cot with a small baby's rattle

    Babies at risk are more likely to stay in out of home care: UC study

    Out of home care is a last resort to ensure the safety of children at risk, but for babies taken from their parents fewer than one in ten returns to mum or dad

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  4. AMP Tomorrow Fund winner Tayanah O'Donnell

    UC academic planning for a better tomorrow

    Postdoctoral Fellow Tayanah O’Donnell has been named a Tomorrow Maker for her research into law and climate change adaptation which is helping to deliver a more liveable future

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